Same man wanted in connection with NY, NJ bombings: report
Police have connected the bombings that occurred this weekend in New York City and New Jersey, the Associated Press reported Monday.
The same man is wanted for questioning in connection with both incidents, according to the AP.
Earlier Monday, the New York Police Department identified Ahmad Khan Rahami as a suspect in Saturday night's bombing in the city's Chelsea  neighborhood. 
The New York City explosion Saturday night injured 29 people.
Rahami is now wanted for questioning in connection with both the Saturday explosion in New York City and the Seaside Park explosion in New Jersey, according to CNN.
A pipe-bomb exploded in Seaside Park, N.J. on Saturday afternoon. No injuries were reported in that incident.
The FBI said Rahami is a U.S. citizen born in Afghanistan. His last know address is in Elizabeth, N.J.

The Washington Post reported earlier "a number of people" were taken into custody by New York authorities in connection with the incident. 

CNN reported that a possible terror cell is suspected in New York and New Jersey after the bomb blasts in the two states.