Transcript for FBI considers New Jersey shooting a domestic terror case
The latest on that deadly attack and shootout in new Jersey. The FBI is considering it a domestic terror case an turning to the public now for help in this investigation. Adrienne Bankert is in Jersey City with the very latest. Good morning, Adrienne. Reporter: Good morning to you, too, Cecilia. An act of domestic terror and a hate crime according to officials. We have newly obtained video getting a clearer picture of the moment that these two suspects approached the front of this now boarded up kosher market. Now that video shows they began firing almost immediately on the store and anyone inside. The attorney general says that they've recovered about five weapons from the scene. In addition to that pipe bomb found inside the stolen van that they had actually outfitted with ballistic panels, weapons including an ar-15-style rifle and a shotgun and see on surveillance video the sole survivor of these killings running in panic from the store. The suspects shooting at him as he was able to flee and told me he came face-to-face with one of those shooters pushing their arm away redirecting the gun for a moment and then able to run as fast as he could out of that he says the jewish community just wants to see the store re-open and appreciate the community's help. The FBI asking for the public's help now with any photo, any video, any information including a vehicle that could be registered in David Anderson's name that would help them in this investigation. Okay, Adrienne, thanks very much.
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