The FBI has made an arrest in connection with a Monday night explosion at the Air Force recruiting office in Bixby.
The bomb was detonated Monday night in front of the recruiting center in the Tulsa suburb of Bixby.
Special agents also are looking into whether a link exists with a vandalism at another recruitment office that is within walking distance of the bomb site.
Rice said earlier Tuesday that federal authorities were no longer investigating the pipe bomb explosion as a possible act of domestic terrorism, telling reporters that the blast could have been the work of a disgruntled employee or a prank.
The center belongs to the USA air force.
Witnesses told investigators that someone on a red motorcycle threw a backpack at the recruiting center, which then exploded, according to KJRH in Tulsa.
The incident occurred at the recruitment center near Bixby's 104th Street and Memorial Drive.
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Bixby police say the blast was reported around 10:30 p.m. Monday.
Vandalism was also reported at another recruiting center across the street last week, within walking distance of where the bomb was detonated, the Federal Bureau of Investigation told the Tulsa World.
The person of interest, identified Benjamin Rhoden, was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon at an apartment complex in south Tulsa, Fox 23 News reports. The individual or individuals involved in the incident vandalized the building and slashed tires of vehicles at the center.
Bixby officers confirm there was an explosion at the recruiting center, but referred further questions to the Federal Bureau of Investigation which will be on-scene some time Tuesday morning.
"It's a little bit comforting that they didn't want to kill anybody".
The damage caused by the explosion at an Air Force office in Oklahoma. She said investigators are using a two-pronged approach, sweeping both the crime scene and the surrounding area.