A car bomb explosion in a small town northeast of Bosnia's capital killed two people and seriously injured another Wednesday morning, police said. The device was most likely placed beneath a vehicle parked in front of a cafe called Omerta in the town of Pale, police spokeswoman Danka Tesic said. Tesic said one of the victims was the cafe's owner, Vlatko Macar, while the other had not been identified. The injured person was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Local media suggested that the bombing was related to organized crime.