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N.Y. blast captured on tape


By Tom Brune, Patrick Falby and Rocco Parascandola
Newsday
Related: N.Y. police investigate Times Square blast

NEW YORK — The search for a bicyclist who bombed the Times Square military recruiting office expanded quickly yesterday as the probe's focus turned to photos of the attack site sent to Capitol Hill and possible connections to previous attacks on two city consulate buildings.

The early morning bombing by a hooded bicyclist, at arguably the armed forces' most visible presence in the nation's largest city, rattled windows and nerves but caused little damage and no injuries.

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