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Boston Marathon killer pictured walking calmly away from scene of horror: New image shows suspect seconds after his bomb went off
FBI released multiple images and three videos of two men designated as ‘suspect one’ and ‘suspect two’ Both men are wanted in connection with Monday’s Boston marathon bombings which killed three people and injured over 180Both men are seen wearing backpacks in the images and video believe they planted explosive devices at two locations along the finishing line of the races walked away from the scene ‘pretty casually,’ federal official saysDavid
photograph of a man closely resembling the suspect identified by the FBI Number Two
now suspect the bomb was set off remotely, official saysFBI warned the public not to approach the men under any circumstancesDescribed them as ‘armed and dangerous’
emerged of the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings calmly
walking away from the scene of carnage. The image taken by Florida
businessman David Green emerged just hours after the FBI lodged an
appeal to identify two suspects behind the attacks that killed three and
injured over 180.
His picture shows runners and spectators fleeing in panic around the suspect, closely resembling the man identified by officials as Number Two, who is wearing a white basketball cap and a dark hooded sweatshirt.
Mr Green has spoken to the FBI and told the New York Times and CNN’s Piers Morgan that agents believe the man is Number Two.
He said agents had contacted him and requested copies of the photo. He told the Times: ‘I have spoken to several agents and they have got the photos, they are picking up material from me, and I don’t think there’s any doubt.’
on Thursday, the FBI launched a hunt for two ‘armed and extremely dangerous’
men now considered suspects in Monday’s deadly Boston bombings as it
was revealed they stayed to watch the carnage unleashed by the twinThe earlier images, released by the FBI,
show the as yet unidentified men walking in single file toward the
finishing line of the race eastward along Boylston Street at 2:37pm,
approximately 13 minutes before the twin detonations which came 12
seconds apart. Hours after the initial photos were made public, investigators released closeup shots on Friday morning of the two suspects that more clearly show the men’s faces.
Mr Green captured the astonishingly clear photo with his iPhone at 2:50pm on Monday, as he ran toward the site of the first blast.