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Suspect in New York City subway scare apprehended by police

Reuters Saturday, 17 August 2019
A man blamed by New York City police for leaving two kitchen appliances resembling pressure cookers in a subway station, causing chaos for commuters during Friday morning's rush hour, has been apprehended, authorities said on Saturday.
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A man who created chaos in a New York City subway station has been apprehended by police. According to Reuters, the man left two kitchen appliances resembling pressure cookers in a subway station. It caused turmoil for commuters during Friday morning’s rush hour. The man was caught on camera...

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