Homemade Explosive Detonated at Car Rental Car Wash

No one was injured in the detonation of a homemade explosive device at the Tulsa International Airport car wash facility for the auto rental companies, according to local broadcast station News On 6. Two men, who were both employees of unnamed car rental companies, were arrested Oct. 10 for reportedly setting the device off.

The two males, Michael Oakley, 21, and Garrett Moore, 22, were spotted driving away from the car wash just after midnight. According to the police, acid, tin foil and a plastic bottles were used to make the device.

Bail for each is set at $50,000.

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