A source close to the Times Square-bomber investigation said that the suspect had bigger, more destructive plans — other targets in New York and Connecticut, in a report first aired on MyFoxNY TV. In addition, the terrorist was a fan of Craigslist, the online service often linked to criminal activity. He not only purchased the Nissan Pathfinder but also a Isuzu Rodeo, Craigslist records show. He also parked an Isuzu Trooper at JFK Airport prior to the aborted fly out of country. The source, a former New York State terror consultant with connections to the investigation, said that Shahzad has said that if the Times Square bombing was successful, that he had four other locations to possibly attack. If the bomb inside the Nissan Pathfinder in Times Square went off as planned, a source said that the bomber said he was taking aim at four other high-profile targets: Connecticut-based defense contractor Sikorsky, Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Terminal, and the World Financial Center across from Ground Zero. Sikorsky manufacturers helicopters for the U.S. military, including the Blackhawk. Headquartered in Stratford, Sikorsky also has facilities in Shelton and Bridgeport — the same two cities where the terrorist has lived. There have been several additional arrests in the U.S. and, more recently, arrests in Pakistan, including a middle=level military officer.