An unidentified person exploded a bomb outside an NAACP office building in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported. No one was injured or killed by the bombing. Authorities are looking for a white man in his 40s in connection to the attack. The FBI is investigating whether the attack was an act of domestic terrorism and if the NAACP offices were specifically targeted, USA Today reported. The FBI deemed the attack deliberate An unidentified person exploded a device outside the building housing the Colorado Springs chapter of the NAACP shortly before 11 a.m. on Tuesday. Authorities later determined that the bombing was deliberate, according to the Los Angeles Times. The device was detonated at the side of the building. The explosion charred the wall, but no other damage was reported, according to the Colorado Springs Gazette. A gas can had been placed next to the bomb, but it didn’t ignite. FBI officials told media they are looking for a person of interest. They described him as a balding white man in his 40s who may be driving a dirty, white pickup truck.