NY car bomb suspect believed to act alone in US

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
May 6, 2010 05:07

 
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NEW YORK — The Pakistani-American accused of the failed Times Square car bombing is believed to have been working alone when he began preparing the attack almost immediately after returning from his native land, authorities said Wednesday.

They said they have yet to find a wider link to extremist groups.Two new surveillance videos emerged of the bomb suspect, Faisal Shahzad. Police told The Associated Press that one video shows him in a white baseball cap and a dark jacket walking away from the smoking, bomb-laden Nissan Pathfinder parked in the bustling heart of New York City.



The second video shows him buying a weak batch of fireworks in a store in Pennsylvania, according to the shop's owner.

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