New york city mayor says bomb packages sent are terrorism threats, and police say they suspect more are coming

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The suspect, who authorities did not identify, was arrested without incident by the FBI in New York and New Jersey on Wednesday, a New York state law enforcement official told Reuters. The official spoke on condition of anonymity as he was not authorized to publicly discuss the investigation.

The official said police believe this is the first known act of domestic terrorism directed at the United States.카지노

The official, who was not authorized to disclose the suspect's identity, said he is a naturalized US citizen, and said the suspect was "a native New Yorker". No one was hurt in the incident.

"The bomb threat threat was a threat against the United States. We have very sensitive national security matters to protect against. We have zero tolerance for hate-crimes. We will do everything we can to ensure there's no violence," the official told reporters.

The suspect had called New York-based business people and sent an email to several friends demanding money, they said. The official said the mail was addressed to the New York Stock Exchange and had no return address on it.

They said the email also called the New York Department of Homeland Security "terrorists" and warned that the attacker "needs more money".

"He's a naturalized American. He has very little time for any of this stuff. He's been in the New York area for 20-25 years. He knew what the city was about," said one of the two people who was contacted by the suspect, who the official identified as an employee at an accounting firm.

The employee said the email was from a different email address, but added that the "expletive" was spelled with an exclamation mark. "That wasn't his voice," the employee said.

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"I can confirm the information that we have been receiving is not related to terrorism at this time," FBI special agent-in-charge Richard Deslauriers said on Twitter. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families."

Law enforcement sources said the suspect was stopped about an hour later near JFK airport in New York with a laptop computer, multiple bags, a cell phone and what appeared to be money.

There was speculation the bomb had been placed in a bag o