The feds have launched an overseas manhunt for an eighth suspect connected to a North Carolina group charged with plotting terror attacks abroad.
A federal indictment said the suspect went to Pakistan in October to wage "violent jihad," and law enforcement sources told The Associated Press they believe he's still there.
North Carolina U.S. Attorney George Holding would not say who the suspect was or where they're looking for him but predicted he will be "apprehended shortly."
Seven men, including a father and two sons, were arrested Monday in Raleigh, N.C., on charges of conducting military-style training in the U.S. and "conspiracy to murder, kidnap, maim and injure persons abroad."
The indictment does not say where those planned attacks were to take place or whom they targeted.
"It's clear from the indictment that the overt acts in the conspiracy were escalating," Holdin
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