A race hate killer made a “bomb” in a high security jail because he was bored. Ukrainian Pavlo Lapshyn, 30, sparked an alert when he handed in the device made from matches and household items. A source said it was viable and capable of causing injuries if put among inmates at Wakefield jail. He said: “One theory is Lapshyn intended to target non-whites as his crimes were racially motivated.” Lapshyn was jailed for at least 40 years at the Old Bailey in 2013 for stabbing to death grandad Mohammed Saleem in Small Heath, Birmingham. Read More Top Stories from Mirror Online He also planted three bombs near mosques in the West Midlands. A Ministry of Justice spokesman denied the device was a bomb and said police are investigating.