The FBI briefed the country on April 18, releasing brand new photographs and video of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings. Keep reading for more details.
The FBI revealed on April 18 that they currently have two suspects who appear to be associated with the horrible bombings in the Boston Marathon on April 15. The FBI released brand new photographs and video footage of the two suspects, so that “the public should view to assist” them.
Boston Bombings: FBI Releases Photos Of Two Suspects
“This is our focus now,” FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers stated, adding that all previous images are inconsequential.
The two men in question were spotted by security cameras carrying bags, walking together in the direction of the finish line near the explosion sites. The first suspect is a man wearing a black hat, while the second is a man wearing a black hat. As of now, these are the only two men of interest to the FBI.
Richard stated that the they believe the two men are associated with each other, and that they should be considered armed and extremely dangerous. He also stated that only suspect number two can be seen planting a device near the explosion site.
After planting the device, the suspect then proceeded west on Boylston St. As of now that is all the authorities know about the suspects’ movements after the bombings.
Though the idea of two dangerous and armed suspects at large is frightening, Richard DesLauriers insists that there is no imminent danger to the public.
The FBI needs our help — if you’ve seen anything or know anything, you can go to this website and tell them: https://bostonmarathontips.fbi.gov/
— Andrew Gruttadaro
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