LOS ANGELES, April 18, 2013 — A long three days after the Boston Marathon bombing, and after many erroneous reports and retractions, Americans are finally getting small bits and pieces of information regarding what happened.
Just before 5:30pm ET, the FBI held a press conference that had been delayed for over a day. Rick DesLauriers is the lead man in charge of the FBI Boston aspect of this investigation.
He stated that there are two suspects, and that they are associated with each other.
Names were not given, but still photos and video footage was run repeatedly throughout the press conference of people labeled “Suspect One” and “Suspect Two.” Footage of Suspect Two was much clearer. The FBI declared this footage to be the only reliable footage, and that no other pictures or videos of the suspects would be considered reliable.
They both appear to be young males. Suspect Two is a Caucasian with a white baseball cap on backwards. Suspect One wore a dark baseball cap in its forward position. Footage of the men was not clear enough to show the logos on their baseball caps.
Both suspects were seen wearing backpacks.
These men are considered armed and extremely dangerous, and nobody except law enforcement should try and approach or apprehend them.
Tips on the identity and whereabouts of these suspects can be offered online at http://bostonmarathontips.fbi.gov or by dialing 1-800-CALL-FBI.
After the press conference ended, Fox News reported that based on the FBI press conference, one package was dropped off at a restaurant located at 755 Boyleston Street.
No timetable was given for the next press conference, and it was expected that the FBI would now be flooded with tips, some more reliable than others.
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