FBI agents back in Elizabeth to search accused bomber’s home again

FBI agents back in Elizabeth to search accused bomber’s home again

Federal investigators went back to the Elizabeth home of accused bomber Ahmad Rahami.

Federal investigators went back to the Elizabeth home of accused bomber Ahmad Rahami. (10/1/16)

ELIZABETH - Federal investigators went back to the Elizabeth home of accused bomber Ahmad Rahami.

Officials say FBI agents were collecting evidence for their investigation.

Rahami has been charged with setting off bombs in New York and New Jersey two weeks ago.

He remains hospitalized after being shot seven times in a shootout with police in Linden.

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