Boston bombings: FBI's video and photos of suspects (Video)

WASHINGTON, April 18, 2013 — The FBI released a video surveillance of two young men who are suspects in the Boston bombing.

FBI photos from the videos of the two suspects Photo: FBI

FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers warned that the men are armed and dangerous and that no one should attempt to apprehend the suspects themselves.

He also stressed that the Bureau needs the public help in identifying the two men, adding that no tip should be considered to be too small or should be ignored because it could be a lead in the case.

The photos are on the FBI website at http://www.fbi.gov/  And both are clear enough for someone to recognize the two men. If anyone knowing one or both them or has any information about the suspects should call 1-800-CALL-FBI or email the Bureau at Bostonmarathontips.@fbi.gov

DesLauriers said the two men, both carrying what appeared to be heavy bags or backpacks on their backs, walked together through the crowd of spectators at the Boston Marathon. He said the man identified as Suspect No. 2 in the white cap left his bag at the site of the second explosion Monday. The other man is Suspect No. 1 in the dark cap.

“Today we are enlisting the public’s help to identify the two suspects,” he said. “Somebody out there knows who the men are.”

Earlier photos in the New York Post identified two other young men with backpacks as the suspects. But they weren’t.


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