NEW JERSEY - It remained a busy scene outside the home of Ahmad Khan Rahami Tuesday as federal and local police officials believe they may have found more explosive devices inside the New Jersey home.
Rahami is accused of setting explosives in New Jersey and Manhattan over the weekend. He was arrested yesterday in Linden, New Jersey after a shootout with police.
Officials worked through the night at the Elizabeth home of the 28-year-old suspected terrorist, looking for more evidence. Police sources say they may have found more bombs inside the home.
Rahami is charged with the attempted murder of five police officers, and is being held on over $5.2 million.
Officials say it was the undetonated bombs left at the Elizabeth train station over the weekend that helped lead investigators to him.