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Suspect Accused of Asking Bronx Imam to Help Execute Terror Attack on Police Precinct

Police are searching for the man who reportedly entered a Bronx mosque and asked its Imam to help execute a terror attack on a police precinct. Officials said the man approached the Iman inside his Rhinelander Avenue mosque in the East Bronx around 4 p.m. Sunday.

He then allegedly requested assistance in committing an act of terror against a police precinct, and the Imam asked him to leave. The man complied without incident, and no injuries were reported during the confrontation.


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