PESHAWAR - The unknown miscreants attacked the containers carrying huge supplies for US-led allied and Nato forces camping across the border in Afghanistan with rockets and patrol bombs in the outskirts of provincial capital on the wee hours of Sunday. At least 12 military vehicles and other goods, including communication equipment, dresses and foodstuff, loaded in 20 containers were completely destroyed, whereas two watchmen sustained burn injuries. The attack against US supplies had occurred after a break of around one and half months. According to details, unknown miscreants attacked the Pak Afghan Containers Terminal, situated here at Ring Road in the jurisdiction of Yakka Toot Police Station, with rockets and patrol bombs. The fire brigade and police reached the spot late and the fire flames were visible till Sunday morning. So far no one has claimed the responsibility for the attack, however, the involvement of Taliban is suspected. Recently the govt claimed that it had wiped out the network of militants in Jamrud and Bara areas of Khyber Agency. However, the militants' network in the narrow tribal strip of Dara Adamkhel is intact and is assisting such attacks. Meanwhile, police on Sunday arrested two militants from the area falling under the jurisdiction of Banamari Police Station and recovered a bomb from their possession. According to details, the two militants boarding a vehicle entered Peshawar city where police personnel stopped them near PAF check-post. The police officials upon search recovered a bomb from the vehicle. Later, Bomb Disposal Squad was called to defuse the bomb. The official of the Bomb Disposal Squad while talking to TheNation said that the bomb was local made and weighed around 10kg. They also revealed that the bomb was remote-controlled device connected to a cell phone. Police have registered the case and later shifted the militants to a CIA centre for preliminary investigation.