FBI Tracks Down Second Man In Connection With NYC Terror Attack

FBI Tracks Down Second Man In Connection With NYC Terror Attack

FBI Tracks Down Second Man In Connection With NYC Terror Attack

Kadirov was located after the wanted poster went out, William Sweeney, assistant director-in-charge of the New York FBI office, told a news conference.

The FBI says it has found Uzbekistan-born Mukhammadzoir Kadirov.

It's not immediately clear why authorities were looking for Kadirov, but they're still seeking information from the public on the man.

The news comes not long after it circulated a wanted poster identifying the individual, but the Federal Bureau of Investigation would not specify why it is no longer looking for information about him.

"We have found him and I'll leave it at that", he added.

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The second man was identified as Mukhammadzoir Kadirov, also know as Muhammad.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation said it is seeking a second Uzbek man in relation to the NY attack that killed eight people on a cycling and jogging path on October 31, 2017. The person said that the group encouraged Kadirov, who lives in New Jersey, to cooperate with authorities, and that the man has done so.

"He did this in the name of ISIS [Islamic State] and along with other items recovered at the scene were some notes that indicate that", said New York Deputy Police Commissioner John Miller.

Sayfullo Saipov is accused of driving a rented Home Depot truck down a bike path in the Tribecca neighborhood of Manhattan, New York.

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