Detectives investigating an explosion in New York which injured 29 people have found a 'pressure cooker'-type device in the nearby area, CNN has reported.
The broadcaster, citing law enforcement sources, said the device was connected to a mobile phone and had wires attached.
Police had earlier confirmed they had found a potential second explosive in 27th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues and were working to clear the "suspicious package".
A large cordon has been put in place while investigations are carried out.
Authorities are investigating whether Ahmad Rahami, who was not on US counter-terrorism lists, acted alone or as part of a terror cell.
Investigators studying CCTV footage may have identified the same man at each location, law enforcement sources reported to have said.
At least 29 people have been injured in an explosion which rocked Manhattan. Here's what we know so far.