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Look inside the Times Square suspect's home

Faisal Shahzad led a conventional suburban life before he allegedly became an aspiring terrorist bomber. Here's an exclusive look at the Connecticut home where he and his family lived.

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In 2004, the family bought a nice, new three-bedroom home in Shelton, Conn., a small post-industrial city of about 40,000 located just east of New Haven.

Shahzad tried several times to sell the house, beginning just one year after he purchased it. The real estate broker who handled the most recent listing, Frank Del Vecchio, took this photo of what he remembers to be a smiling Faisal Shahzad waving from the house's back deck.


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