Suspect's home was in foreclosure
Records show suspect in the failed Times Square bombing defaulted on a $200,000 mortgage
Court records show that the suspect in the failed Times Square bombing defaulted on a $200,000 mortgage on his Connecticut home and that the property is in foreclosure.
Records obtained by The Associated Press show that Chase Home Finance LLC sued Faisal Shahzad (FY'-sul shah-ZAHD') in September to foreclose on the home in Shelton.
Authorities say they arrested Shahzad at New York's Kennedy Airport on Monday night on a plane about to leave for Dubai.
The foreclosure records show Shahzad took out the mortgage on the property in 2004, and he co-owned the home with a woman named Huma Mian. The foreclosure case is pending in Milford Superior Court.
A message was left Tuesday with an attorney for Chase's law firm. The records show Shahzad and Mian didn't have lawyers for the case.
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