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Manhunt Underway for Suspect in NY, NJ Bombings

September 19, 2016  | 

Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, a naturalized U.S. citizen of Afghan descent, is a suspect in Saturday's New York City bombing. (Photo: FBI)
Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, a naturalized U.S. citizen of Afghan descent, is a suspect in Saturday's New York City bombing. (Photo: FBI)

Authorities released a photo Monday of a man being sought in connection with the bombing in Manhattan that injured 29 people over the weekend.

The FBI released a wanted poster for Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, a naturalized U.S. citizen of Afghan descent. His last known address is listed in Elizabeth, N.J., and the poster warns that Rahami "should be considered armed and dangerous," USA Today reports.

Federal authorities were conducting a raid on Rahami’s apartment above a fried chicken restaurant, The Bergen Record reported.

"This is someone who was likely involved in one way or another" with the Chelsea bombing, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio told CNN's New Day. "We need to get this guy right away."


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AZBIGDOG @ 9/19/2016 8:04 AM

So he was 8 when he came to the USA. Obviously he was not radicalized yet but was on his way. What influence, family? mosque? imam? made him decide to murder citizens of a country that had taken he and his family in and appear to have allowed them to become part of the USA? Time for our supposed government to re-think their so called refugee and immigration policies. They are not working and as anyone who does not have a different agenda than citizens wanting to be allowed their freedom and safety can clearly see.

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