Explosive ID'd in Central Park Blast, Police Offer Reward

Investigators said they have identified traces of some of the substances that were used to make an explosive that detonated in Central Park earlier this month, seriously injuring an 18-year-old tourist.
0:24 | 07/15/16

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Transcript for Explosive ID'd in Central Park Blast, Police Offer Reward
This morning we Blair and police are offering a 101000 dollar reward as they search for the person who left a homemade explosive in Central Park. Preliminary tests show the explosives do contain Trace elements of the highly explosive material known as T ATP that's used in. That was user should say in Paris and Brussels by terrorists. Investigators do not think terrorists were involved in Central Park. An eighteen year old college student lost part of his leg after stepping on explosive.

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