In the early morning hours of 21 December 2022, unknown assailants detonated a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device on a road in the town of Jamundí, located nearly 25 km (15 mi) south of the city of Cali. There were no reports of significant damage or casualties due to the blast. Authorities temporarily cordoned off the area to investigate the attack and announced a reward of 25 million Colombian pesos (5,340 U.S. dollars) for information leading to the identification and arrests of those responsible for the attack. On the same day, unknown assailants threw a grenade at soldiers near a sports complex in the Portal del Jordán neighborhood of Jamundí, resulting in minor damage to area structures but no casualties.