Wednesday, the FBI released a “seeking information” notice featuring two men they believe may have information about Saturday’s New York City bombing.
The individuals are wanted for questioning. According to the FBI, the two men pictured riffled through luggage, removed a pressure cooker explosive device which they left sitting on the street. They then took the luggage and left.
The Daily Mail reports:
Investigators have said the two men are being sought as witnesses, not suspects.
Surveillance footage shows the same man, identified as Rahami, dropping bags off on 23rd and 27th streets Saturday night.
Not long after dropping off the second device at 27th Street, the two men were seen rifling through the bag. They removed the pressure cooker from the bag, wrapped in a white trash bag, and set it on the street. They they left the scene with the duffel bag that originally concealed the bomb.
Previous reports speculated that the two men could have been thieves who saw the bag on the ground, emptied its contents, and made off with the find.
Ahmad Rahami was taken into police custody after a shootout that left him injured.
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