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Boston Suspect Id’d? Image of Suspect Could Lead to Arrest

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Conflicting reports today are indicating that a suspect may have been arrested in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings earlier this week.

According to a report from the Boston Globe, a suspect in the attacks has been identified using a photo of someone with a black bag in front of a restaurant on Boylston Street, where the site of the second bombing occurred. The Globe’s source also stated that the police had surveillance footage of the location from Lord & Taylor, a store located directly across the street from the bombing.

News outlets began reporting on Wednesday afternoon that a suspect in the bombings had been arrested this afternoon, but have since recanted the stories. The Boston Police Department has denied that any arrests have been made in the case:

The FBI has scheduled a press conference at 5 pm EDT, where police will update the public on the investigation. Sean Kelly, a reporter for Boston’s WCVB news station, reported that federal police, who said a suspect would be arriving a a federal court house in Boston “soon,” were the source of the rumors:

Boston Suspect Id’d? Image of Suspect Could Lead to Arrest


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  • http://NationalHomes4Heroes/SpiritHorseII Elizabeth Wiley

    I really wish the media would wait and report NEWS. Not speculation and/or “experts” analysis.

    Wait for the FBI to make an announcement and report that.

    Sheesh.

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