Two men, identified as Bradley Joshua Husfelt and Malcolm A. Casson, have been arrested in conjunction with two Sept. 21 explosions at the Camden Wal-Mart.

Investigators with the Delaware State Fire Marshal's office have arrested two men in connection with the discharge of two explosive devices inside the Camden Wal-Mart store.

Additional arrests are expected, said Assistant State Fire Marshal Michael G. Chionchio.

Fire marshals were called to the store at 263 Wal-Mart Drive at approximately 6:30 p.m. Sept. 21, after two devices exploded in two separate restrooms, Chionchio said. Their investigation led to the arrests of Malcolm A. Casson, 21, and Bradford Joshua Husfelt, 20, both of Dover.

Both were charged with two counts each of manufacturing and use of an explosive device, second-degree conspiracy and reckless exploding.

Casson was committed to the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center, Smyrna, after failing to pay a $6,000 secured bond, Chionchio said.

Husfelt was released from custody Oct. 22 on a $12,000 unsecured bond.

There was minimal property damage inside the restrooms, and no reported injuries, Chionchio said.