Police are looking for 28-year-old suspect in connection with explosion in New York
The American police have a 28-year-old man identified as a suspect in the investigation into the explosions in New York on Saturday.
In the New York district of Chelsea were 29 people injured in a bomb explosion, a second explosive was found on 27th Street. In New Jersey, and was previously a exposief in Seaside Park
It comes to Ahmad Khan Rahami, an American with an Afghan background who is a resident of New Jersey. That has the mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday.
The suspect linked to the blasts in Chelsea, reports BNO News. It is not yet known what the research in the direction of this defendant has caused.
CNN reported earlier that there are signs that a terrorist cell involved in the explosions.
Governor Andrew Cuoma of New York has announced that thousands of additional agents are used to busy places like train stations and airports to monitor.
Monday morning was an explosive in New Jersey. The explosive was in a backpack, in which four explosives were.
According to the mayor of Elizabeth, Chris Bollwage, exploded the explosive when a bomrobot the backpack being investigated, reports AP. With the explosion fell as far as is known no injuries.
The FBI is investigating whether there was a connection between the explosions.
Wounded by explosion in New York
In the Chelsea district of Manhattan in New York its Saturday night dozens of people were injured by an explosion on the street.
In the trendy neighborhood of Chelsea on 23rd Street around 20.30 hrs (local time), a loud bang is heard. According to several American media blew up an explosive that was hidden in a trash can
There is no evidence that the explosion has a link with terrorism. That left New York city mayor Bill de Blasio know during a press conference. However, he says that it is likely going to be “a conscious act”.
Firefighters are working around the spot of the explosion.
The emergency services are massively present in Chelsea and have a few streets around the site of the explosion cordoned off.
Heavily armed agents to keep the situation in the holes.
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The night in New York is lit up by flashing lights.
The following morning, the police are still massively present.
The area of the explosion is still over utilized.
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