Four men armed with samurai swords and firearms have attacked a police station in the Indonesian island of Sumatra, killing one officer and wounding two others before being shot dead by security forces.
The group began the assault by ramming a vehicle into the police headquarters in the town of Pekanbaru in Riau province.
One local journalist at the scene sustained minor injuries in the attack, police said.
Just hours after the church bombings, a further three people in another family were killed and two wounded when another bomb exploded at an apartment complex about 30km from Surabaya.
"The one who escaped has been captured and secured at Pekanbaru police station", Mr Wasisto said.
The attack followed multiple terrorist strikes recently in the country, including the riot in a jail in the capital last week, suicide bombings in three churches on Sunday in Surabaya city, the provincial capital of East Java, and a suicide bombing in the police headquarters in the city, which left at least 28 dead with dozens injured.
Its worst-ever attack was the 2002 Bali bombings that killed more than 200 people, including locals and foreign tourists.
The Islamic State (IS) group has claimed the attack via its news outlet. Both groups have pledged allegiance to IS, they said.
A suicide bombing was also reported at the city's police headquarters on Monday when bike-borne attackers blew themselves up at the checkpoint to the precinct.
"They had the same teacher and they regularly met for Koran recital every week", said East Java police chief Machfud Arifin.
The church and earlier police station attacks were likely motivated by the arrest of JAD leaders, authorities said.