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Authorities admit they are concerned an active terror cell is operating in New York and New Jersey

Authorities admit they are concerned an active terror cell is operating in New York and New Jersey --Five terror suspects questioned as a bomb explodes at New Jersey train station: FBI stops men in SUV 'packed with weapons' on New York bridge as cops blow up IED that was planted hours earlier --Authorities have admitted they are concerned an active terror cell is operating in NY and NJ --Five people were apprehended on the Belt Parkway in Brooklyn near to New York's Verrazano Bridge --They were heavily armed according to the FBI who also said they discovered bomb making equipment --Police and FBI said that three pipe bombs and two smaller explosive devices were found in Elizabeth, NJ --All Amtrak and NJTransit trains were being held in Penn Station in Manhattan after the discovery at station | 19 Sept 2016 | A bomb was detonated by a police robot at a New Jersey station on Sunday night as the FBI conducts a manhunt for a suspected terrorist cell behind the Manhattan bomb blast on Saturday night. The robot accidentally cut the wrong wire on one of five IEDs dumped in a trashcan at the train station in Elizabeth, New Jersey late on Sunday night, resulting in a huge explosion. Hours earlier, the FBI stopped an SUV with five armed men inside on New York's Verrazano bridge in connection with Saturday's Manhattan bomb. They are currently questioning those men but say there could be more suspects at large and a terror cell may exist in the area.