NYC Police Release Footage of Possible Suspect; Manhunt on
- Times Square bomb would have been deadly, many casualties
- Police Commissioner Seeks Possible Suspect
Link to NY 1 for footage of possible Times Square bomb suspect
New York City police have released surveillance video tape footage of a white male in his early 40s who was captured on security cameras just after the SUV was parked at 45 st.
This video shows a white man in his 40s taking off a shirt and putting it in a bag in Shubert Alley, about a half block from where the explosives-packed Nissan Pathfinder was parked on 45th Street. He also appears to be looking back in the direction of the SUV as he walks away.
Detectives are also looking to speak with a tourist from Pennsylvania who may have shot video of the man.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said that it is too early to say with whom, if anyone, the man is affiliated with.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has dismissed a link to Al Queada as having "no supporting evidence".
Manhattan's Mayor Michael Bloomberg treated the reporting officer to dinner last night.