FBI identifies two suspects in Boston Marathon bombing

By REUTERS
April 19, 2013 01:21

 
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BOSTON- The FBI said on Thursday that it has identified two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing and is asking the public for help in identifying the two men.

"Someone out there knows these individuals," FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers said at a news conference. He said the FBI considers the men to be armed and extremely dangerous.

Earlier on Thursday, the FBI said that "identifying and locating those responsible is now our highest priority," after officials showed the public pictures of two men seen near the Boston bombing.

The two men are seen on videotapes and the FBI said that suspect No. 1 is wearing a dark hat while suspect No. 2 has a white hat. The second suspect was seen planting the bag that eventually exploded, the FBI said at news conference in Boston.

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