What to Know
College student Connor Golden lost his foot when he stepped on a homemade explosive in Central Park in July 2016
Investigators are still looking for the person who planted the explosive powder, though they don't think it was motivated by terrorism
Golden's family has been searching for clues themselves, and found what could be a game-changer in an old Instagram comment
Investigators have released a flyer featuring a new clue in the unsolved case of a teenager who stepped on an explosive device in Central Park and lost part of his leg.
The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives released an image of a clear shopping bag on Tuesday, the second anniversary of the explosion. They say the device that injured 19-year-old Connor Golden, of Fairfax, Virginia, was in the bag.
Golden was at the park on July 3, 2016, when he stepped on a rock covering the device. His left leg was later amputated below the knee.
Police are offering a $40,000 reward for information about the crime.
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The bag pictured in the new flyer is from a New Jersey baker called La Unica.