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JERSEY CITY, N.J.— ORANGE, N.J. — The FBI recovered a white van with a possible connection to the Jersey City shootings, authorities said.

The van was found in Orange, New Jersey Saturday, and the FBI is examining the vehicle for any evidence.

On Friday, officials had asked the public to be on the lookout for the white Ford van with the license plate B40JSD.

Authorities said it belonged to David Anderson, one of the suspects in the Dec. 10 attack.

Det. Joseph Seals was shot and killed near the Bay View Cemetery before Anderson, 47, and Graham, 50, drove a white U-Haul to a Jewish supermarket and opened fire, killing three victims who were inside.

Investigators revealed the three victims inside were shot immediately. Right next door to the supermarket was a yeshiva with about 40 children inside.

The hours-long standoff between authorities and suspects ended when police the suspects’ bodies were located inside the store.

State officials said they have identified a number of social media accounts they believe were used by suspects David Anderson and Francine Graham, and that posts on those accounts support anti-Semitic and anti-law enforcement beliefs. Authorities are working to ensure the authenticity of the social media accounts.

In conjunction with the Newark Field Office’s investigation of the Jersey City shooting, the FBI has created a webpage for submission of photos and videos that could contain information relevant to the crimes. Members of the general public are asked to submit that media at: [].