FBI looking for U.S. man who plans to kill U.S. soldiers

Ahmad Abousamra (right) 
By: Debbie Gross 

(Scroll down for video) The FBI is looking for a U.S. man, who celebrated 9/11 and trained himself to kill U.S. soldiers, according to reports.

The Massachusetts man, who the FBI said traveled to Yemen and Pakistan, for training to kill U.S. soldiers, now has a $50,000 price on his head.

Ahmad Abousamra, 31, last lived in the U.S., in a tiny Boston suburb, and has relatives in Detroit, Michigan. He left the United States in 2006, and may be living in Aleppo, Syria, with his wife, at least one daughter and other relatives. He was charged in 2009 for taking multiple trips to Pakistan and Yemen, to seek training in jihad, and has been charged with conspiracy to provide material support to Al Qaeda.

"Knowing that the public is the best ally of the FBI in the search for fugitives, today, we are asking for your help to locate Abousamra," Richard DesLauriers, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI's office in Boston, said.

One of his distinguishing features is his high pitched voice that can be heard on the FBI website. He also has dual U.S. and Syria citizenship, is fluent in English and Arabic, and has a degree in computer technology.