The Connecticut home of the man accused of trying to detonate a car bomb in Times Square went on the block Saturday but didn't find a bidder. "I wanted to buy it and fix it up for my grandson, but I could build this house for $100,000," Phillip Plante, a local resident told the New Haven Register.
The bank that foreclosed on the modest, two-story home in Shelton, Conn., where confessed bomber Faisal Shahzad lived with his family, hoped to recoup the $213,000 mortgage. Shahzad stopped making payments on the 1,300-square-foot home last summer - right around the time authorities believe he went to Pakistan for terrorism training.One potential bidder
thought the house was overpriced, especially with broken windows and siding that was stained with mildew and dried yolks from eggs tossed at the house, the newspaper reported.