03 November, 2017
Kadirov was located after the wanted poster went out, William Sweeney, assistant director-in-charge of the New York FBI office, told a news conference.
The bureau on November 1, issued the poster saying it is seeking the public's help with information about the 32-year-old.
"We have found him and I'll leave it at that".
It's unclear what Kadirov's connection is to the Tuesday attack.
Kadirov also quoted a passage from the Quran in his statement. The person - who spoke to The AP on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing investigation and its sensitive nature - said Kadirov called a community advocacy organization when he realized he knew Saipov.
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Our thoughts go out, as well, to the other victims of last night's shooting, whose names have not yet been made public. Fort Collins Police initially described the incident as a "shooting with injuries" and updated the status hours later.
It's unclear how recently or how long Saipov lived in Tampa, but he has a Florida driver's license and the apartment he stayed in is about five miles away from Kadirov's former home. According to NBC, it's not clear if Kadirov was aware of Saipov's terror plot, but authorities have said "there is nothing that indicates he may have been involved in the attack".
The suspect in Tuesday's deadly terror attack in New York City - Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov - was known to USA authorities because his name was associated with the subjects of other FBI counterterrorism investigations in 2015, an intelligence source said, CBS News' Pat Milton reports.
At least eight people were killed and 15 injured yesterday after a truck veered into a cycling lane in Lower Manhattan.
Saipov, who was shot and wounded by police, was taken to court the NY federal courthouse Wednesday in a wheelchair with his hands cuffed and feet shackled.