KUSA-TV in Denver reports that video footage turned over to the FBI shows alleged terror suspect Najibullah Zazi and several others attempting to rent trucks from a local truck rental agency in Colorado, a week before the 9/11 anniversary.
The footage captured on security videotapes reportedly shows the men asking about the trucks in a Colorado U-Haul International office.
In the report, U-Haul International spokeswoman Joanne Fried told the station that FBI agents seized security videotapes of Zazi who was with two or three other men inside the rental location in suburban Aurora.
Sources said Zazi and the others asked methods of deposit on the trucks, but left and never came back.
Earlier we reported that other alleged accomplices of Zazi but not the terror suspect himself attempted to rent a U-Haul in Queens new York on Sept. 9.
New details uncovered by 9Wants to Know on Wednesday revealed a Denver airport shuttle driver may have been planning an attack similar to the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
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