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The FBI also told him that the fireworks match those found in Shahzad's Pathfinder and in his Connecticut home, he said.
Those include M-88s, 152 of which were seized from Shahzad's home and car, according to the FBI.
On the time-lapse images, Shahzad is seen driving a dark-colored SUV into the store's parking lot. Next, he can be seen walking into the store and signing a purchaser-verification form. In Pennsylvania, fireworks customers must provide identification.
For reasons that are unclear, the man signed Shahzad's name in reverse, according to the company.