Times Square bombing suspect a U.S. citizen
Neighbors say the 30-year-old man accused in connection with the failed Times Square bombing was "quiet and aloof" and often kept to himself.
Authorities say Faisal Shahzad became a U.S. citizen about a year ago. He was on board an Emirates Airlines plane at John F. Kennedy International Airport when he was taken into custody overnight.
Neighbors say Shahzad had recently returned from a five-month trip to Pakistan and has a wife and two children. Residents who live near his former home in Shelton, Conn. say the house went into foreclosure after he disappeared last July.
The FBI raided Shahzad's other home in Bridgeport, Conn. early this morning. News 12 was on the scene as investigators searched the garage behind the home.
Authorities say Shahzad has taken trips to Dubai in the past.