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The FBI is looking for two men who were captured on camera touching a pressure cooker bomb that was left on a New York City street Saturday.

The agency released a "seeking information" poster Wednesday showing a surveillance image of the two men walking down the sidewalk.

The FBI said the men saw a piece of luggage on the sidewalk, removed the improvised explosive device that was inside and then left with just the luggage.

Bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami allegedly left the suitcase at the location on 27th Street right around the time that another explosive device detonated on 23rd Street, injuring 31 people.

The bomb, which was found wrapped in a plastic bag by a neighbor, did not detonate.

Investigators said they wish to speak with these men and recover the luggage that they took.

Anyone who can identify the men in the photo is asked to contact the FBI at 1-800-225-5324.

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