OLYMPIAN EFFORTS

THE FBI UPS THE ANTE IN ITS SEARCH FOR A BOMBER

As Atlantan Ted Miltiades watched the FBI's plea for help with its Olympic-bombing investigation on TV last week, he had a shock of recognition: the bomb had exploded directly behind a fan-shaped Greek statue he had been photographing only hours before the deadly blast. Miltiades went back to his photos and found a rear shot of a white man in khaki shorts wearing a knapsack that looked like the one the FBI said had contained the bomb. He called the FBI's hotline, and within minutes an agent was at his door to whisk the picture away for expert analysis.

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