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FBI releases photos, video of 2 suspects in Boston bombing

"Suspect #1" (Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation) "Suspect #1" (Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation)
"Suspect #1" (Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation) "Suspect #1" (Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation)
"Suspect #2" (Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation) "Suspect #2" (Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation)
(Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation) (Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation)
BOSTON (Toledo News Now) -

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has released photos of two suspects in Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon.

FBI officials say the second suspect was seen on video placing a bag at the site of one of the explosions.

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