Car Bomb Suspect Sought $10 Per Hour Jewelry Store Job - NBC Connecticut

Car Bomb Suspect Sought $10 Per Hour Jewelry Store Job



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    FBI agents inspect evidence in the garage of a house in Bridgeport, Conn., Tuesday, May 4, 2010. Faisal Shahzad, a U.S. citizen who had recently returned from a five-month trip to his native Pakistan, was arrested at a New York airport on charges that he drove a bomb-laden SUV meant to cause a fireball in Times Square, federal authorities said. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

    Three months before Faisal Shahzad allegedly attempted a car bombing in Times Square, he called a New Haven-area jewelry store looking for a $10 per hour job.

    Shahzad worked at Dynasty Jewelry while he was in college and was looking for his old job back, the New York Daily News reports.

    He followed up twice.

    "It was very strange, but I remembered him," Lee told the Daily News. "I told him we were very slow and didn't have any job opportunities open.”

    Even after she declined, he thanked her, she told the newspaper.

    NBC obtained a copy of Shahzad’s resume and the jewelry store job would have been a diversion to a career he had built as a financial analyst.

    View his resume here.