RCMP are still investigating the cause of two explosions that shook the Strathcona County Community Centre parkade on Tuesday night.
The explosions happened two hours apart, with the first at around 6:30. Police have confirmed that 21-year-old Kane Kosolowsky is a suspect in the explosions. He was found at the scene with serious injuries and later died in hospital.
RCMP Superintendent Dave Kalist said at a Wednesday afternoon press conference that the explosives disposal unit would remain on scene to determine the cause of the explosions and to make sure there were no other potential threats.
"We are not looking for any further suspects, and we do not believe there is any danger to the public," Kalist said.
Police also continue to search for a motive in the incident.
Responding to a media report that a van full of Tannerite was found in the area, Kalist said the idea remained pure speculation.
"We're still doing the search for other potential devices so we have not done any forensic examinations. We don't have any idea right now what the substance would have been that could have been involved," he said.
Tannerite is a legal commercially available brand of binary explosive used for firearms practice.