to be the latest blow in a vicious turf war between the Bandidos and Hells Angels biker gangs which has killed eight people so far. Police in Holbaek said the rocket, fired from a nearby park, struck two cells but did not explode. Police said the missile, made in eastern Europe, was similar to one which slammed into a police cellblock south of Copenhagen on February 2, wounding a prominent Bandidos member but failing to go off. They said the latest attack took place shortly after midnight, when the rocket hit a first floor cell, piercing the wall and flying through into the adjoining cell. The rocket failed to explode, the two prisoners were unhurt but both cells were wrecked. The Bandidos and Hells Angels gangs, both offshoots of U.S. bike clans, have been battling over turf in Scandinavia since shortly after the Bandidos established themselves in the region in summer 1993. Two Bandidos died over the following two years, in Sweden and Finland, but on March 10 1996 the fighting took on a new intensity. Gunmen outside Copenhagen International airport shot dead Danish Bandidos leader Uffe Larsen and wounded three of his companions as they waited to meet fellow-members returning from a visit to Helsinki. A Danish Bandido was shot dead near the Norwegian city of Drammen in July and last October a missile ploughed into a party at the Hells Angels` Copenhagen headquarters, killing a gang member and a woman guest. In another recent incident Hells Angel Kim Svendsen was killed on January 11 in the provincial town of Aalborg in what police believe was an act of revenge for the serious wounding of a Bandido in the town a month earlier.