AURORA, Colo. - Federal agents on Wednesday searched the suburban Denver home of a man identified by law enforcement as having a possible al-Qaida link.
FBI agents entered the home of Najibullah Zazi with a search warrant, said Kathleen Wright, an FBI special agent in Denver. She did not elaborate.
Colorado elected officials who said they were briefed on the investigation said there was no imminent threat.
Agents left Zazi's apartment with at least six boxes. One was labeled "swabs," and others were marked "fragile" and "glass."
Zazi, 24, denies that he's a central figure in a terrorism investigation that fed fears of a possible bomb plot and led to several police raids in New York City on Monday.
Zazi's attorney, Arthur Folsom, couldn't be reached for comment.