Federal law enforcement officials are renewing their push to catch the person responsible for the 2008 bombing of the armed forces recruiting center in Times Square.
The FBI has released new video and pictures and are now offering a $65,000 reward for information in the case.
The new video shows different angles of the suspect riding his bike around different parts of the city.
Earlier video showed the suspect getting off his bike near the recruiting station at West 43rd Street and Seventh Avenue, placing the explosive device in front of the station and then fleeing before the explosion.
"We really believe that there are people out there who know something. And people may know something and think it's relatively insignificant but I think the message we want to send today is that any information no matter how small or insignificant one might think it is, may be very significant to us," said Matthew Pontillo of the Join Terrorism Task Force.
The FBI has also released new pictures of the explosive device.
They say it was built using an ammunition commonly found on battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Another picture shows a 10-speed bike believed to have been used by the suspect that was found in a nearby dumpster.
Officials say the suspect may have been working with as many as five other people.
They also say he may be connected to two other unsolved bombings in the city -- one at the British Consulate in 2005 and the other at the Mexican Consulate in 2007.
If you have any information, call the FBI tipline at (212) 384-1000.