New York Times: Police Hunt for Ahmad Khan Rahami in Connection With Manhattan Bombing
The police are searching for a 28-year-old man, described as a naturalized citizen of Afghan descent, Ahmad Khan Rahami, in connection with the bombing in Manhattan on Saturday night, sending out a cellphone alert to millions of residents.
“I want to be very clear that this individual could be armed and dangerous,” Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York said on Monday morning. “Anyone seeing him should call 911 immediately.”
Mr. de Blasio would not go into detail about why Mr. Khan was wanted, but he said finding him was critical to the safety of the city.
“What we do know is we need to get this guy right away,” he said.
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WNU Editor: The FBI's alert for Ahmad Khan Rahami is here.
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Person of interest named in New York City bombing -- FOX News
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