One Boston bombing suspect dead, manhunt underway for the second

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Photos of individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout
Photos of individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout

Update: 8:00 a.m., 4/19/2013:  One  of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings is dead after a violent stand-off with police in Massachusetts, and a manhunt is on in nearby Watertown, Mass., for the second suspect, Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19. Authorities believe the two suspects, brothers, were in the United States for about a year and may have had overseas military experience. READ MORE HERE.

The FBI has released video and photos showing two men wanted for questioning in the Boston Marathon bombings.

Authorities are zeroing in on a man wearing a  white baseball cap backwards and is seen dropping a backpack and walking away from the site of the explosions, which killed three people and injured more than 170 on Monday. Another is wearing a black baseball cap, black coat and is also wearing a backpack.

“No bit of information is to small for us to see,” said FBI Agent Richard Deslauriers at a press conference on Thursday. He said the men are considered “armed and extremely dangerous. No one should approach them…If you see these men, call law enforcement.”

Those with any information are being asked to contact the FBI by calling 1-800-CALL-FBI or going to BostonMarathonTips.FBI.Gov.

Below are more photos of the individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout

Photos of the individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout

Photos of the individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout

Photos of the individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout


Photos of the individuals the FBI considers suspects in the Boston bombings. Credit: FBI handout

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One Boston bombing suspect dead, manhunt underway for the second

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