The FBI is offering a large reward in a new push for information in the unsolved Times Square bombing case.

In the early hours of March 6, 2008, a bomb exploded at the Armed Forces Recruitment Center in Times Square near 38th and Broadway. There were no deaths or injuries, and the perpetrators have never been found.

The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction is now $115,000.

Investigators say the man seen above fleeing the scene on a bicycle may be the one who placed the bomb. He may have had as many as five other accomplices at the scene.

The bike believed to have been used by the suspect was found later in a dumpster.

The explosive was made out of a military-style ammunition container.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the FBI through their anonymous tipline at 212-384-1000.