Captured NYC-area bombing suspect had been spotted sleeping in NJ bar doorway

NYPD search for 28-year old bombing suspect

The Afghan-born immigrant wanted in New York area bombings was spotted sleeping in a doorway of a New Jersey bar before he was nabbed in a gun battle with police.

Two officers sustained nonlife-threatening injuries and the 28-year-old suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami, was wounded and taken to a hospital, authorities said.

Sources told NBC News that Rahami was seen on a video on 23rd and 27th streets in the Chelsea section of Manhattan on Saturday night. A bomb exploded on 23rd Street, injuring 29 people, and police found an undetonated device on 27th Street.

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Suspect Ahmad Rahami shot in Linden, NJ and in police custody is treated for gunshot wounds on Sept. 19, 2016.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters Monday afternoon that authorities are not looking for any other suspect at this point.

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In addition to the Chelsea bombs, a pipe bomb exploded Saturday in a New Jersey shore town ahead of a 5K race. No one was injured.

And on Sunday night, five explosive devices were found near a train station in Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Get the latest on the bombing investigations here.

The Associated Press and Reuters contributed to this report.