2 wanted in apparent firebombing of DTLA store

Authorities are investigating after a store in downtown Los Angeles was damaged during an apparent firebombing. 

The fire broke out at the store located at 216 E. 6th Street just after 12:30 p.m. 

Police say a man entered the store and left a burning backpack inside before running away. A small explosion from the backpack caused a fire to spark.

Firefighters contained the fire quickly and no one was injured. 

Two suspects are being sought in connection with this possible arson incident. They were last seen getting into a black BMW.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.