Identify Unknown Suspects N New York Bombing!

Identify Unknown Suspect (s) N New York Bombing!

Identify unknown suspects in New York Bombing!
People could have been hurt or even killed in this bombing!
The fact that they weren’t isn’t the point.
The crime is.

Identify Unknown Suspects N New York Bombing!
Details

Identify unknown suspects in New York Bombing! This bombing occurred in New York City, New York.
Early on the morning of Thursday, March 6, 2008, a bomb exploded. This happened in front of the United States Armed Forces Recruiting Station. This Station is in New York City’s Times Square. The device was built using
an ammunition. It was similar to those found on the battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan. It was filled halfway with black powder. And it was detonated using using a time fuse.

Identify Unknown Suspects N New York Bombing!
Events

No one was wounded. However, the device could have caused significant injury or even deaths. But people weren’t close to the blast. The unknown suspect rode a blue Ross bicycle west on 37th Street. This individual took a right heading north on Sixth Avenue. The suspect then made a left heading west on 47th street. Next, this person turned left to head south on Seventh Avenue. This individual got off the bike near the recruiting station. It is at West 43rd Street and Seventh Avenue.

Identify Unknown Suspects N New York Bombing!
Subsequent Actions

Then the suspect did the following. The person placed the explosive device at the recruiting station. Next, the suspect lit a fuse and returned the bicycle. And this person fled the scene. The individual rode the bike south on Broadway before making a left on 38th Street. The bike was later recovered in a dumpster. That dumpster is located near Madison Avenue and 38th Street. The Suspect seems to be working. But he or she may have had a lookout or surveillance team of up to five individuals. They would be located in Times Square. And this would be at the time the device was placed.

Identify Unknown Suspects N New York Bombing!
Descriptions

When last seen, the suspect was wearing a gray sweatshirt and pants. Their color is unknown. This suspect’s height, weight, age, gender, and race are unknown. Details of this bombing are similar to those of other unsolved bombings in New York City. Once bombing occurred at the British Consulate in May of 2005. The other bombing occurred at the Mexican Consulate in October of 2007. An individual on a bicycle all of the devices. These devices were detonated between 3:00 A.M. and 4:00 A.M. These events may be connected.

Identify Unknown Suspects in New York Bombing!
How to Help

This suspect (s) may think he or she committed “the perfect crime.” They may think they got away with it. The wheels of justice may “church slowly” but they do churn. No one was killed or even injured, praise God! But that is beside the point here. They could have been. This person is a danger to society. They may have committed similar crimes. How can this suspect (s) hide so long? Someone knows something! Have information that can identify the suspect(s) and lead to the person’s arrest and conviction? Multiple options for contacting the FBI are below. And the FBI is offering a cash reward.

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000. The reward is for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the 2008 bombing of the United States Armed Forces Recruiting Station.

You can contact the FBI’s New York Office at 1-212-384-1000.

You can contact the FBI tip line at: 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324)

You can submit a tip to the FBI online. Click here to do so.

You can locate and contact your local FBI office. Click here to locate your local FBI office.

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