Times Square Bomber Suspect Faces Foreclosure

The alleged Times Square car bomber, apprehended last month on suspicion of leaving a homemade bomb in his SUV, is on track to lose his Shelton, Conn., home to foreclosure.

The suspect, Faisal Shahzad, 30, is in jail without bail for five felony charges. To avoid foreclosure, he is being ordered to repay $213,000 to Chase Home Finance LLC, part of the JPMorgan Chase conglomerate, by July 31.

Several media sources are reporting that Shahzad stopped making his mortgage payments in June of last year, the time when federal authorities have said that he returned to Pakistan to visit a terrorism training camp.

So why didn't the delinquent mortgage payments clue in government officials earlier?