Suspect seen in video, official says

Publié le 18 Avril 2013

Suspect seen in video, official says

A surveillance camera atop Lord & Taylor (circled) took images across Boylston Street of the area where the second bomb exploded Monday. The site is in front of the red brick building halfway to the rear of the photo.

 

Bombing suspect shown on camera, official says

Investigators have isolated ­images of a suspect carrying and perhaps dropping a black bag believed to have held one of two bombs. 

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amazon.com argan oil 21/10/2014 09:08

Souvent, il est dit que la police recherche le suspect, lorsqu'il n'y a pas suspect; la police pourrait être à la recherche d'un suspect, mais ils sont sûrement à la recherche de l'auteur.