A few minutes after the poster was released, Federal Bureau of Investigation official Bill Sweeney said law enforcement officials had found Kadirov.
Anyone with information on Kadirov or the attack is asked to call the FBI's tips hotline at 1-800-CALL-FBI or call the Tampa FBI office at 813-253-1000. The portion quoted by the AP reads, "It is so sad and unbelievable". The man, an Uzbek national, had not been named a suspect in the attack, but authorities said he may have information on Tuesday's attack.
According to the Washington Post, Kadirov and his attorney are cooperating with law enforcement in New Jersey. "No human being who has a heart can do this". He also goes by the name Muhammad Kadirov. US President Donald Trump has proposed sending him to Guantanano.
He said he had no first-hand information about whether Saipov had carried out the attack and painted a picture of a man who was struggling to make it in the United States, had few friends and poor communication and English-language skills. The FBI wanted poster identified Kadirov's place of birth as Uzbekistan, so presumably they interacted with the same Uzbek communities in both states.
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The UK Daily Mail describes Kadirov as "the married father of two toddler-aged children".
The complaint says Saipov plowed a rented truck through pedestrians and bicyclists intentionally.
Earlier on Wednesday, Uzbekistan's Foreign Ministry said its consular service was looking into the man's identity. Neighbors said he was quiet and kind.