14 people injured in suspected suicide bombing outside Catholic church in Indonesia

A police officer stands guard near the church in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia after Sunday's explosion.

Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN)Fourteen people were hospitalized with injuries following a suspected suicide bombing outside a church in Makassar City, Indonesia, on Sunday, police said.

The two suspected bombers both died, according to Indonesian police, and so far no other deaths have been reported. A security guard who tried to stop two suspected bombers from entering the churchyard is among the injured, Indonesian Police Inspector General Argo Yuwono told media.
The suspects used a motorbike and detonated outside the church which was holding Easter Holy Week services when they were stopped from entering the yard.
    Indonesian police carry the remains of a suspected suicide bomber after an explosion outside a church in Makassar on March 28.
    Indonesian police examine the site outside a church after an explosion in Makassar on March 28.