WATCH | The suspect, Ahmad Rahami, has been apprehended by the police.
The NYPD is not "actively" seeking any other suspects, Commissioner James O'Neill said in a press conference on Monday.
The five people detained Sunday night are no longer in custody, O'Neill said.
"We have every reason to believe this was an act of terror," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
John Miller of NYPD's counterterrorism unit explained the use of the term "terrorism."
However, Gov. Andrew Cuomo implied Rahami had accomplices.
UPDATE: ABC News' <b>Joshua Hoyos</b> reports on how officers found Rahami, and the shootout.
UPDATE: <b>CNN says Ahmad Rahami in custody</b> after a shootout with police in Linden, N.J.
BREAKING: Police connect New York City and New Jersey shore town bombings, say same man being sought for questioning in both.— The Associated Press (@AP) September 19, 2016
UPDATE: Police linked the bombs in New York and New Jersey, the Associated Press reports.
Congressman Lee Zeldin's response tied in controversial <b>national anthem protests</b>.
Here's our original report.
A backpack containing five improvised explosive devices was found in a trash can Sunday night near a train station in Elizabeth, N.J., two days after a bomb in New York City injured 29 people.
Two men pulled a backpack out of a trash can, thinking there was something valuable inside, but dropped it and called police when they saw wires and a pipe sticking out, CNN reports.
WATCH | One of the devices went off when a bomb squad robot tried to disarm it.
The other four devices have been taken to an FBI laboratory in Quantico, Va.
No other explosives were found in the Elizabeth, N.J. area, which is about 16 miles from New York City.
WATCH | Gov. Chris Christie has been quick to say the bombs are acts of terror, despite New York City's Mayor Bill de Blasio saying the bombs have no link to international terrorism.
The discovery of the bomb has snarled local transportation.
Many on Twitter praised the two men who discovered the explosive devices.
More praise for the bomb-finders.
Even more praise for the two who found the devices in the trash can.
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