NYPD recovers stolen van; no terrorism link found

(AP) - Police say one of two vans stolen from a WorldTrade Center contractor has been found.The NYPD has been concerned about the two thefts

NEW YORK - (AP) - Police say one of two vans stolen from a WorldTrade Center contractor has been found.

The NYPD has been concerned about the two thefts and a third inNew Jersey because of unconfirmed threats that al-Qaida wasplanning a car bomb attack. But police reiterated Sunday thatthey'd found no evidence linking the thefts to a terrorist plot.

The two dark green Chevy vans had been stolen this month fromTully Construction. The company has been involved in recovery workat the site and is doing roadwork near 1 World Trade Center.

One of its vans was recovered late Saturday on a residentialblock in Queens. The other is still missing.

Also missing is a white van stolen from a storage facility inJersey City.

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