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A car bomb was being dismantled by officers at the Times Square on May 1, 2010. An NYPD mounted policeman spotted a box smoking in the back of the sport utility vehicle. The Times Square area was evacuated shortly after that.

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 It appears from some of his other activities that March is when he decided to put this plan in motion. He came back from Pakistan Feb. 3, 2010. It may well have been an indicator of putting something catastrophic in motion. 
— Raymond Kelly saying that Faisal Shahzad had actually planned for the Times Square bombing plot in March / May 05, 2010
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 The discovery of the VIN on the engine block was pivotal in that it led to the identifying of the registered owner. It continues to pay dividends. 
— Paul Browne, chief spokesman for the NYPD, saying tracking the registered owner of the vehicle was the crucial breakthrough in investigation of the Times Square car bomb case / May 04, 2010
 This investigation is ongoing, it is multi-faceted, and it is aggressive. As we move forward, we will focus on not just holding those responsible for it accountable, but also on obtaining any intelligence about terrorist organisations overseas, 
— US attorney general Eric Holder, saying investigation was exploring whether Shahzad had links to international terrorist networks / May 04, 2010
 It's clear that the intent behind this terrorist act was to kill Americans. 
— US attorney general, Eric Holder, while announcing the arrest of a Pakistani descent / May 04, 2010
 I was expecting you. Are you NYPD or FBI? 
— Faisal Shahzad, arrested in the Times Square bombing case, told Customs officials who came aboard the jet to arrest him / May 03, 2010

 He was seen leaving the scene. So he may have been a witness. He may have observed something. He may be someone who was involved. We don't know. It would be premature to suggest that. We do know (that) what we would like to do is be able to identify him and speak with him, 
— Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano speaking of the man identified in the video / May 03, 2010