The good news: no one was hurt or injured in a small explosion in an Illinois Target store.

The bad news: it appears that there was indeed an explosive device set off in a Target restroom in Evanston, Ill., Wednesday afternoon.

In a corporate statement released in April, Target said that it welcomed “transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity.”

Reportedly there was no warning made or threat phoned in, and what damage there was was confined to a single stall in the restroom.

Police issued a statement Wednesday evening:

On Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at approximately 4:08 PM, the Evanston Police and Fire Departments were called to the Target Store in the 2200 block of Howard Street for a minor explosion that occurred in the women’s bathroom. There were no reported injuries and the damage was confined to a stall inside the bathroom. Police and Fire personnel secured the scene and requested assistance from the Cook County Bomb Squad prior to collecting any evidence. A preliminary examination revealed the explosion may have initiated from a plastic bottle that was observed in the stall.