Indonesian police are investigating whether Islamic militants were behind bomb explosions Saturday that killed at least 22 people and injured dozens of others.
A police spokesman, Anang Budiharjo says authorities are looking into whether fugitive Malaysian bombmaker Azahari Husin played a role in the explosions in Tentena, a mostly Christian town in Sulawesi province.
The spokesman says Mr. Azahari, a long-time fugitive, has possibly recruited new members in the area.
Mr. Azahari is a suspected member of Jemaah Islamiyah, a Southeast Asian extremist group.
Two bombs exploded Saturday about 15 minutes apart at a busy market in Tentena. There have been no claims of responsibility.
Tentena is 60 kilometers south of Poso, an area known for frequent clashes between Muslims and Christians.