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Jersey City shooting: FBI search at the pawnshop is connected to the person from whom the phone was in the pocket-shooter

to connectVideoPawnshop the owner was arrested on gun charges as authorities investigate the Jersey City shooting

The police also recover from, they say it could be linked to suspects; Laura Ingle reports.

FBI agents in New Jersey on Monday were searching for a second pawnshop in a relationship with a man whose number was found in the pocket of one of the gunmen responsible for last week’s deadly shooting at a Jewish market in Jersey City.

During a search of Ahmed A Hady’s house, a pawnshop, in Keyport, N. J., on Saturday, federal agents found three AR-15-style assault rifles, three hand guns, a rifle and more than 400 rounds of ammunition.

This is a family owned, Buy n Sell, pawnshop wanted by the FBI over the weekend in Keyport, N. J.
(NJ Advance Media via AP)

A Hady is not responsible for providing the weapons used in the massacre of four people and the two attackers dead on Dec. 10, but he was charged with being a felon in possession of a weapon.

He was denied bail in U.s. District Court in Newark, new jersey on Monday afternoon.

The Records cited by The Associated Press that A one-Hady, bought two pistols, in 2007, prior to being convicted of a crime in 2012, which made him unsuitable to be in possession of firearms. The authorities said that he recognised still in the possession of the handguns.

A sketch of the Ahmed A Hady to appear before a court of law.

His father, Alaa Hady, told the outlet on Monday, some of the weapons recovered by federal agents was not his son. He also said that he was the owner of the Keyport pawnshop, while his son was in the area of South Amboy, in is approximately 10 miles away.

FBI agents were looking for a second pawnshop in the area of South Amboy, on Monday, but it was not clear whether it was in the shop, which is Hady, said it was his son.

ARREST IN JERSEY CITY TO SHOOT AFTER THE MAN’S PHONE NUMBER CAN BE FOUND IN THE POCKET-SHOOTER

Hady’s song, which was found in the pocket of your pants, from David Anderson, 47, one of two in Jersey City and other insects. Anderson and Francine Graham, 50, is slain Jersey City Police Det. Joseph Seals was in a cemetery last week for the assault on a Jewish supermarket, leaving three people dead, before they were fatally shot by a police officer.

The attack is being investigated as domestic terrorism.

Anderson and Graham were armed to the teeth with several guns, including an AR-15-style rifle and a shotgun. A pipe bomb was found in a stolen U-Haul van she had been driving. Two of the weapons that were bought due to We, in Ohio, and last year, the police said.

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A Hady’s brother, said their family has not heard from the defendants, and the pawnshop does not sell guns, gun, CBS New York reported.

A second hearing is to for the A-Hady has planned for the week.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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