Suspect Sought In Connection With New York City Mass Shooting Was Previously On FBI’s Radar: Report

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A man sought in connection with a mass shooting on a New York City subway on Tuesday was previously on the radar of federal law enforcement officials, according to a new report.

“A federal law enforcement source told Newsweek that a suspect in Tuesday morning’s Brooklyn subway attack was previously known to the FBI and was entered into the Guardian lead system in New Mexico, though he was cleared after multiple interviews in 2019,” Newsweek reported. “The NYPD has officially released the name and picture of a 62-year-old man named Frank R. James, identifying him as a person of interest and seeking information regarding his whereabouts from the public. It was unclear, however, if James was suspected of being the perpetrator.”

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