SPOKANE, Wash.--Authorities released new information on Tuesday about a North Spokane car bombing along North Monroe Street.
Detectives have surveillance video of two suspects involved in the bombing from Saturday morning. The suspects can be seen running away from the home according to authorities.
Officials said that a suspect could be seen running from the home. Forty-two seconds later the explosion is visible according to authorities.
The explosion was powerful enough to blow a large hole through the floorboard of the car.
The FBI confirmed that the bomb was placed purposely underneath the passenger side of a vehicle. Law Enforcement said the bomb was placed under a car that belongs to a woman who is associated with the intended victim.
The FBI said the car was last driven three days prior to the explosion.
Leaders with the Spokane Police Department said on Tuesday that the ATF and DEA are also investigating the case.