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Frank James, the man whom police said opened fire in a New York City subway earlier this week, has been ordered held without bail.

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Prosecutors said he terrified an “entire city” during court proceedings Thursday, The Associated Press reported.

James is accused of setting off a gas canister and firing a gun 33 times, wounding 10 people Tuesday morning during rush hour.

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For more than 24 hours, police searched New York City, finally arresting him Wednesday afternoon.

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Police are still trying to determine James’ alleged motive behind the attack, the AP reported and are still asking anyone who was on the N train Tuesday morning to contact them with information.

James is charged with a federal terrorism crime on a mass transit system. Law enforcement, however, has found no connection between James and any terror organizations, the AP reported.

Police said James had the means to carry out additional attacks after they found more ammunition and other gun-related items in a storage unit in Philadelphia.

James’ credit card and a key to a van he had rented were found in the subway station Tuesday. The gun used in the attack was registered to him, purchased from a licensed dealer in Ohio in 2011, police said.