A suspect in the bombing in new York was detained after the shooting

A suspect in the bombing in new York was detained after the shooting


Police detained a suspect of involvement in the bombings in new York and new Jersey, reports NBC New York. The channel sources told that the detention was preceded by a shootout.

Naturalized 28-year-old native of Afghanistan Ahmad Khan Rahimi was taken into custody after a shootout with police in the city of Linden, new Jersey. Rahami was wounded in the shootout, he was taken to the hospital, told channel four of the interlocutor in law enforcement bodies.

Information about the detention confirmed Chris Bollwage, mayor of the city of Elizabeth, where he lived Rahami and found one of the devices, reports Reuters. However, as the Agency said two U.S. officials, according to investigators, the incidents in new York and new Jersey can be involved and other.

Suspect of involvement in the bombings in new York and new Jersey, 28-year-old native of Afghanistan Ahmad Khan Rahimi

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Earlier, the mayor of new York bill de Blasio said that of involvement in the explosion in new York, injuring 29 people, suspected 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahimi. According to the mayor, the suspect lives in new Jersey.

September 17, in the County of ocean, state of new Jersey exploded a bomb planted in a trash can. It was near the venue of the charity marathon, which had to be cancelled. Near the site of the incident found, and other devices.

The evening of the same day in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan in new York city exploded another bomb. It has affected 29 people. Next found another similar device made from pressure cookers.

Monday, September 19, near the station of the city of Elizabeth, had found a backpack with incendiary devices. One of them exploded at the approach of the robot-the sapper, no one was hurt.

In the Ministry of internal security of the United States to admit that the incidents are connected. NBC interlocutors in law enforcement agencies admitted that in new York and new Jersey can act in an active terrorist cell, in which take part an indefinite number of people.

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