The suspects in last month’s deadly shooting at a kosher grocery store in New Jersey had an explosive device hidden in their vehicle that could have killed or maimed dozens of people, FBI officials said Monday. FBI officials and the U.S attorney’s office for the district of New Jersey told NBC News that the device, described as a crude pipe bomb, could have killed bystanders or wounded people up to 500 yards away. Authorities have identified David N. Anderson and Francine Graham as the two suspects in the December shooting that left six dead including both of them. Anderson and Graham were suspected members of the Black Israelite movement, which has been designated by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as an anti-Semitic and black supremacist hate group.
FBI reveals shooters in New Jersey Jewish market attack also had a bomb
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