Cherry Hill men questioned in Times Square bomb probe

FBI agents searched several locations in the Northeast, including two in New Jersey yesterday, in connection with the failed Times Square car bomb.

Agents conducted searches at locations in Camden and Cherry Hill in Camden County. According to authorities, the raids were prompted by evidence that was gathered in Times Square.

The FBI says it searched a home in Cherry Hill and a print shop in Camden. Muhammad Fiaez says he and his brother, Iqbal Hinjhara, live at the Cherry Hill condominium and says his brother owns the print shop.

Fiaez says he and his brother were questioned on how long they have lived in the U.S. and about the business. After questioning, the FBI told Fiaez he wasn't of interest to them.

A law enforcement official told the Associated Press that two men were taken into custody following raids in two towns outside of Boston. The official says the men "have a direct connection" to Times Square car bomb suspect Faisal Shahzad.

Attorney General Eric Holder says the men taken into custody in connection with the Times Square bombing attempt apparently provided money to would-be bomber Faisal Shahzad.

Raids were also conducted at homes in Suffolk County on Long Island. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing.

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AP wires contributed to this report.

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