New York City police alleged on Monday that the investigation that was going in Manhattan has come to an end. They interrogated with two men’s who planned explosion from a pressure cooker and stored in one of the bag that was lying on the streets of a city.
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On Saturday, the authorities investigated the whole matter while the man who planned for the exlplosion walked away after taking a bag. The bag was seen by the police officials on the 27 street of a New York.
A device has been made by the police officials after a bomb exploded four blocks away on 23rd Street in the Chelsea neighborhood and left 29 people wounded.
In the video footage it was revealed that two men had planned for the explosion. They were seen picking up the bag containing the device, removing it and leaving the bag, said Robert Boyce, chief of detectives for the New York City Police Department.
"They looked like they were two gentlemen just strolling up and down Seventh Avenue at the time. We have no information that would link them to this at all," Boyce said. "However, we still want to talk to them, obviously." He added.
No specific description has been provided by the police regarding two men’s.
"Once they picked up the bag, they seemed incredulous they had actually picked this up off the street and they walked off with it," Boyce said. "So we'll find out, we'll put their images out. Hopefully we can get them identified."
On Monday, Afghanistan-born American was suspected of detonating the bomb in Chelsea and of planting other devices in New York and New Jersey was arrested following a gun battle with police.
The name of the person has been found as Ahmad Khan Rahami, a 28-year-old naturalized US citizen from Elizabeth, New Jersey. He was taken into custody by the authorities.
Police suspect Rahami was likewise behind a bomb that detonated in a New Jersey shoreline town on Saturday, and leaving the gadget found on the walkway after the New York impact. On Sunday, five more gadgets were found in Elizabeth, the suspect's main residence. Police in Linden, New Jersey, which neighbors Elizabeth around 20 miles (32 km) west of New York, caught Rahami in the wake of reacting to an objection by a bar proprietor of a man resting in the shut foundation's passage.