Published: Sat, November 04, 2017
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Manhattan terror attack: Federal Bureau of Investigation finds second Uzbek

Manhattan terror attack: Federal Bureau of Investigation finds second Uzbek

The announcement came less than 90 minutes after the Federal Bureau of Investigation released a wanted poster for Mukhammadzoir Kadirov, a 32-year-old Uzbekistan national.

The FBI says it has found Uzbekistan-born Mukhammadzoir Kadirov.

"Earlier as we came in this evening, we were seeking information about an individual", Sweeney said.

Police said they had interviewed Sayfullo Saipov, 29, who was shot and arrested by police moments after the rampage in lower Manhattan on Tuesday.

It's believed Saipov became radicalised into Islamic State ideology after settling in the U.S., however.

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According to, records indicate Kadirov lived in both Tampa, Florida, as well as New Jersey, as did Saipov, but not at the same address.

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Authorities said Sapiov's cell phones held thousands of images relating to ISIS and 90 videos depicting ISIS fighters and prisoners being killed or beheaded. Investigators said they later found a cellphone connected to Saipov that had Islamic State group propaganda. "He appears to have followed nearly exactly the instructions that ISIS has put out on its social media channels to its followers".

Anyone with information is urged to call the FBI's toll-free tipline at 1-800-CALL-FBI (5324).

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