Detectives were investigating things late on Monday, Oct. 14, 2013, as four dry ice bombs had been placed in restricted areas at Los Angeles International Airport. TIME reported that two of them had actually exploded, and so far, there is no way of knowing how the creations got to where they were eventually located.
Around 8:30 p.m. on Monday night, a dry ice bomb exploded in an area that is accessible only to employees. It was near the gate of the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Two similar dry ice bombs were found in the area, according to LAX Police.
No injuries have been reported at this time, and the dry ice bombs only caused minimal disruption or normal activities at the airport.
These three devices being found marked the fourth found in two days. On Sunday evening, a dry ice bomb exploded around 7:00 p.m. in a Terminal 2 restroom. That terminal actually houses several domestic and international airlines.
This restroom is also in an area that is off limits to the public.
"Apparently there is no nexus to terrorism right now," LAPD Det. Gus Villanueva told The LA Times.