On Wednesday, the FBI released new details about the suspect who left pipe bombs on Capitol Hill the night before hundreds of people stormed the U.S. Congress and the Capitol building on January 6.

From the FBI website: This virtual map depicts the approximate route an unknown suspect walked on January 5, 2021, while placing two pipe bombs in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The map also features a video of the suspect at various points along the route.

An unknown subject placed at least two devices between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. The suspect placed a device in an alley behind the Republican National Committee headquarters. Then put the other near the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee.

The public can download more videos and information from the FBI website.

By Warith Niallah

Warith Niallah is the Managing Editor of FTC Publications Newswire. He is also a writer and photographer and has been in professional journalism, computer science & information systems, production, and public information since 1988. Warith serves as the Chief Executive Officer of FTC Publications, Inc.