CAPTURED: MUSLIM Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28 Arrested In Connection With Manhattan And New Jersey Bombings


CAPTURED: FBI arrest 'armed and dangerous' Afghanistan-born man, 28, wanted for Manhattan and New Jersey bombings in shootout that left two cops injured 

he man wanted in connection for two bombings and an attempted bombing in New York and New Jersey this weekend has been arrested after a shootout with police. A bar owner in Linden, New Jersey called police around 11am Monday morning, after finding 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami sleeping in the entryway of his business. When police arrived on the scene, Rahami brandished a weapon and started shooting at the cops - injuring two. Officers eventually shot Rahami in the right shoulder and he was taken from the scene in an ambulance, handcuffed to a stretcher. Police released Rahami's picture Monday morning, saying he was wanted for questioning in connection to the Saturday bombings in New York City and Seaside Park, New Jersey, as well as the foiled bombing of the Elizabeth, New Jersey train station on Sunday. Law enforcement say it was fingerprints left behind on an unexploded pressure cooker bomb in Manhattan that led them to Rahami. Twenty-nine people were injured when another bomb placed a few blocks away was detonated Saturday night. Now that Rahami is in custody, investigators are now looking into whether he acted alone or was perhaps working with or for a larger terror network. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>


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