TERRORIST THREAT BOLO (Be On The Lookout)
report any suspicious activity in New Jersey, call toll free
1-866-472-3365. In case of an emergency call 911 or your local
26, FBI Director Mueller and Attorney General Ashcroft held
a press conference to call renewed attention to 7 individuals
believed to pose a real and present danger to U.S. interests
around the world--perhaps most especially this summer and
fall, a time of high profile public events that may well serve
as a lightening rod to terrorist attacks.
spoke frankly about the heightened threat to U.S. interests during
these months, and equally frankly about strong FBI efforts to prevent
attacks. "This summer and fall our nation will celebrate a number
of events that serve as powerful symbols of our free and democratic
society." he said. "Unfortunately, the same events that fill most
of us with hope and pride are seen by terrorists as prime vehicles
for sowing fear and chaos."
need the support of the American people," he said. First
to cooperate when called upon, as agents will be reaching out to
many across the nation to help gather information and intelligence.
Second, to be aware of your surroundings and report
anything suspicious. Third, to "BOLO" for those
pictured above. In Director Mueller's words: "Have you seen them
in your communities? Have you heard that someone might be helping
them to hide? Do you have any idea where they might be? If so, we
need you to come forward."
click on each of the pictured photos to find out things
Age, physical description, and distinguishing marks.
you have any information that might lead to locating any of these
individuals, please contact the FBI. You may report information
to your nearest
FBI field office or law enforcement agency. If you are located
overseas, you may contact your closest FBI
Legal Attaché office in U.S. Embassies. You may also
send information through our Submit
a Tip site.
To report any suspicious activity in New Jersey, call toll free 1-866-4-SAFE-NJ
or 1-866-472-3365. In case
of an emergency call 911 or your local police department.