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FBI: Here are the Boston Bombing Suspects

By on April 19, 2013

Recently, the Federal Bureau of Investigation recently posted to their YouTube channel a video surveillance  showing two suspects of the terrorist attack that caused three deaths and more than 180 injured on Monday in Boston.

Both young people, with backpacks, were photographed in the place of the attack shortly before the two explosions, said the agent of FBI Richard DesLauriers, who asked for the cooperation of citizens.

Images and video of young people who have been identified as “suspect 1” and “suspect 2” are available on the website of the FBI.

DesLauires said that the research is going to expand everyone and asked international and national collaboration at all levels. “Any information by small or insignificant” that appears can be vital for research, he said.

He warned that the two individuals are considered “highly dangerous” and urged citizens not to take actions on their own. If you have any clue about them, the FBI recommends contact with authorities.

The agent insisted that these are the only reliable photos, in reference to the images that are publishing on the internet and by other means, which warned that they are not reliable.

On the other hand, he stressed that there is no imminent threat of a new attack.

Two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon produced let 176 people injured and three fatalities.

If you have any information about the suspects, you should contact the FBI by emailing boston@ic.fbi.gov or calling 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324) and selecting prompt #3, the Boston Police Department said via Twitter.

 

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