The FBI released a series of photos this afternoon of two people it believes are suspects in Monday's Boston Marathon explosions.
Two bombs were detonated at the Boston Marathon finish line on Monday. FBI agents immediately called on the public to supply photos and videos taken near the finish line and currently is working on identifying suspects based on evidence found at the scenes of the explosions as well as surveillance footage captured by security cameras in the area.
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The FBI is asking for help identifying the two currently dubbed "Suspect One" (dark hat) and "Suspect Two" (white hat), because it wants to question them in connection with the bombing. For more information, visit the FBI's website.