According to Caracol Radio, the prosecutor general’s investigative unit suspects the guerrilla group of the attack, based on raids and searches of more than 35 buildings in southern Bogota.
So far three people have been arrested in connection to the attack, which injured 36 people, damaged 424 houses, and affected over 800 people. The bomb exploded at 5:30AM, before commuters arrived at the normally busy street, so there were no fatalities in the massive blast.
No individual or group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has offered a reward of $275,000 for information leading to the arrest of those responsible.
The president of Colombian Congress Armando Benedetti told Venezuelan television network Telesur Monday that he believes that far-right radicals are behind the bombing.