SUISUN CITY (CBS SF) — Two suspects have been arrested in the bombing of a Suisun City home over the weekend, authorities said.
According to the Suisun City Police Department, 33-year-old Thomas Capenhurst of Dixon and 20-year-old Robert McGraw of Fairfield have been arrested for allegedly placing a pipe bomb outside a home on Bluejay Drive at 1 a.m. Saturday.READ MORE: COVID Reopening: Uber Expects Employees At The Office At Least 3 Days A Week
Both men were being held on suspicion of using a destructive device with the intent to commit murder charges.
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents and Suisun City police also served search warrants at several homes in Fairfield, Dixon and a Benicia business. Other pipe bombs were discovered in Fairfield and safely recovered by the ATF bomb squad.READ MORE: COVID: Few 'Breakthrough' Infections Among Vaccinated In Sonoma County No Cause For Alarm, Experts Say
The Suisun City Police Department said officers responded to a report of an explosion at the home. There, a resident flagged down responding officers and told them that a device exploded in front of their home. The explosion caused major damage to the home’s front door area.
Although multiple people were inside the home at the time, no injuries were reported.MORE NEWS: Curry's 42, Green's Triple-Double Lead Warriors Past Thunder In Rout
Authorities have not released a motive behind the bombing. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Suisun City police at (707) 421-7361 or Solano Crime Stoppers at (707) 644-7867.