Thursday, April 18, 2013

Two Suspects Sought By FBI For Boston Marathon Bombings

One suspect wearing black cap and the other suspect wearing a white cap backwards. Photos: FBI

FBI released photos and a Video (←click) of two suspects sought for questioning in the Boston Marathon bombings. 

By H. Nelson Goodson
April 18, 2013

Boston, MA - On Thursday, Richard DesLauriers, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent in charge announced in news conference, that two suspects are being sought in connection with Monday's Boston Marathon bombings. One suspect is seen wearing a black cap and the other wearing a white cap backwards. Both suspects were carrying large backpacks. 
The white cap suspect was seen leaving what the FBI was considering a device (bomb) where the second explosion occurred. A video surveillance camera showed the suspects heading to the finish line.
Both suspects are considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information leading to the identity and whereabouts of the suspects should contact the FBI.
A $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to their arrest and convictions.
The Boston Marathon bombings death toll stands at 3, they were identified as  Krystle Campbell, 29, of Arlington, MA; Martin Richard, 8, of Dorchester, MA and Lingzi Lu, 23, also known as Dorothy Lu, a Chinese national from Shenyang.
More than 176 people were reported injured with 17 losing their limbs (legs, arms and feet), including Richard's 6-year-old sister who lost a leg. At least 17 people were reported in critical condition and 25 were in serious condition.

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