New Jersey police were using a robot to inspect the two gasoline cans with attached wires found in a car close to the busy McCarter Highway, but have determined it's not a threat. Following a call about a suspicious vehicle, police examined the Dodge Omni parked under a railroad overpass. According to the AP, "Newark Police Director Garry McCarthy said police found two gasoline canisters sitting on top of a tool box inside the car. There were wires protruding from the tool box and a battery pack nearby but nothing was connected." (Unlike that Nissan Pathfinder in Times Square on May 1.) McCarthy said, "At this point we know it's not a bomb," but it was unclear why the car was there. Amtrak and NJ Transit continued to run as scheduled.