FBI executing search warrant in Elizabeth, New Jersey: Mayor

Police officers walk near the area where an explosive device left at a train station was detonated by the authorities in Elizabeth, New Jersey on Sept 19, 2016.
Police officers walk near the area where an explosive device left at a train station was detonated by the authorities in Elizabeth, New Jersey on Sept 19, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS

WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - The FBI was searching a location in Elizabeth, New Jersey, on Monday (Sept 19) morning, the mayor said, after authorities detonated an explosive device left at a train station in the city, one of as many as five potential bombs found at the site.

"The FBI is executing a search warrant," Elizabeth Mayor Christian Bollwage said on CNN. "They will be there for the next few hours, going through this location to find any evidence possible, whether it's in relation to this incident or the Chelsea incident."