New York police names suspect in weekend Manhattan bombing

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September 19, 2016 15:33

 
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Police in New York have been searching for a suspect named as Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, in connection to a bombing over the weekend in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea, CNN reported Monday.

CNN also cited New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as suggesting possible links between the similar explosives found in New York and New Jersey over the weekend.

A law enforcement officer told CNN that investigations into the blasts have revealed possible linkage to a terror cell operating in both East Coast states.

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