ISIS Suicide Bomber Arrested, Held With Grave Injuries After Attempted NYC Attack

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Dec. 11 2017, Updated 2:02 p.m. ET

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The man reportedly responsible for the NYC bombing this Monday morning has been arrested, and is being held by police until further questioning. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to learn more.

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The suspected allegedly detonated the pipe bomb prematurely inside the underground tunnel, and ended up gravely injuring himself.

Ullah Akayed, the 27-year-old Brooklyn resident, is under custody after police discovered he was the suicide bomber responsible for the attack.

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The man had wires attached to his body, as well as a 5-inch metal pipe bomb and battery pack.

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He hid the device under his clothes as he walked through Port Authority Bus Terminal around 7:40 am, according to NY Post.

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Two other people also suffered minor injuries.

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According to investigators, the alleged bomber admitted to having made the explosive device at the electrical company where he works in NYC.

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Former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton told "Morning Joe" that the suspected bomber "was supposedly setting the device off in the name of ISIS."

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"So, definitely a terrorist attack, definitely intended," he added.

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People were evacuated from the A, C and E trains on 42nd Street, and the area is currently being searched by police, firefighters and a bomb squad. Stay with Radar for updates.

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