Wealth of clues led to suspected bomber's quick arrest

The man suspected of planting bombs in New York and New Jersey may have aimed to inflict carnage incognito, but he didn't succeed for long in concealing his identity.

Three law enforcement officials tell The Associated Press Ahmad Khan Rahami provided investigators with a wealth of clues that led to his arrest 50 hours after the first blast.

Among them: his fingerprints and DNA evidence at the scene of the Manhattan bombing, his uncovered face clearly captured by surveillance cameras and other evidence.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak publicly about the ongoing case.

Rahami was arrested Monday following a shootout with police. Authorities say two Linden officers were wounded trying to arrest him. Their injuries are not considered life-threatening.

The 28-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen from Afghanistan is facing five counts of attempted murder of a police officer charges over his dramatic capture.