Boston Marathon Bombing Suspects Identified: FBI Releases Photo and Video Evidence


Photo via the FBI (FBI.gov)

The FBI has identified two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings. During a news briefing on Thursday afternoon, the FBI released video footage and photos of the two suspects. It is important to remind everyone that these two men are suspects, and if you see them you should take the proper measures to alert authorities. Never try to do anything on your own, because they could be armed and dangerous.

The FBI requests that anyone with information emails them at bostonmarathontips@fbi.gov, or call them at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324).

The FBI also has surveillance footage of suspect No. 2 (the man in the white ball cap) reportedly placing his backpack near the bombing zone before leaving. There is no footage of suspect No. 1 placing the bomb, but they believe the two men are linked together.

The Boston Marathon bombings are responsible for three confirmed deaths. Over a hundred people were injured during the blasts that put an abrupt end to the marathon and left the nation and Boston community in mourning.

Here is the surveillance video:

Here are additional photos of the two suspects:

Again, the FBI requests that anyone with information emails them at bostonmarathontips@fbi.gov, or call them at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324).

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