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N.J. raids connected to failed NYC bomb

<p>FBI agents raided a Cherry Hill home and Camden printing business that belongs to a man who authorities believe has some connection to Times Square terror suspect Faisal Shahzad.</p>

FBI agents raided a Cherry Hill home and Camden printing business that belongs to a man who authorities believe has some connection to Times Square terror suspect Faisal Shahzad.


Muhammad Feiaz, of Park Place in Cherry Hill, was not arrested following the early morning raids, including at Prompt Printing Press on Reeves Avenue in North Camden, authorities said. A source said agents were “just collecting evidence ... assisting the [FBI’s] New York division.”


“These things were happening all over the Northeast [part of the country],” the source said. “But there’s no imminent threat to the area from this. There’s not someone in Cherry Hill building bombs.”


Neighbors next to the small box building housing Feiaz’s printing business in North Camden were surprised by the media attention along the small street.


“I couldn’t believe it,” said Roberto Lopez, pastor of Iglesia Maranata Rose de Saron, which is next door.

Lopez said the group moved in about six months ago with some big equipment, but that he doesn’t see much business going on there now.


“They come and go, come and go. They don’t stay too long inside there,” he said. Lopez said he has only spoken to the owner a few times and doesn’t know whether the equipment is used for printing or not.

 
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