Raise the reward again! FBI releases more details of bomb suspect near Capitol building

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Raise the reward again! FBI releases more details of bomb suspect near Capitol building reported on January 29 local time that according to a number of US media reports, the FBI released more details of the suspect who planted two tubular bombs near the Capitol building during the violent attack on congress, and again raised the reward to $100000. Earlier, the FBI had raised the reward from $50000 to $75000. The latest information released by the FBI confirmed that the two tubular bombs were placed at the headquarters of the Republican and Democratic National Committees between 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. ET on January 5. The police got more videos about the suspect from the surrounding residents and businesses, and finally determined that the suspect who planted the bomb was wearing a light colored sports shirt, a mask and gloves, a backpack and a pair of yellow, black and gray sports shoes. In order to find the suspect as soon as possible, the FBI has raised the reward to $100000 on the 29th. Although the two bombs did not explode on January 6, some experts said that the two bombs may be deliberately used to distract the attention of the security forces, so that the protestors can break into the parliament building. (CCTV reporter Xu Zhen)

Raise the reward again! FBI releases more details of bomb suspect near Capitol building

Local time reported on January 29, according to a number of US media reports, the FBI released more details of the suspects who planted two tubular bombs near the Capitol building during the violent attack on congress, and again raised the reward to $100000.

Earlier, the FBI had raised the reward from $50000 to $75000. The latest information released by the FBI confirmed that the two tubular bombs were placed at the headquarters of the Republican and Democratic National Committees between 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. ET on January 5. The police got more videos about the suspect from the surrounding residents and businesses, and finally determined that the suspect who planted the bomb was wearing a light colored sports shirt, a mask and gloves, a backpack and a pair of yellow, black and gray sports shoes.

In order to find the suspect as soon as possible, the FBI has raised the reward to $100000 on the 29th. Although the two bombs did not explode on January 6, some experts said that the two bombs may be deliberately used to distract the attention of the security forces, so that the protestors can break into the parliament building. (CCTV reporter Xu Zhen)

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