Boston Blast Case FBI Released New Image Photo of Suspect in Bombing Case
Police in Massachusetts are hunting for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, who they say was the second suspect in Monday's Boston Marathon bombing.
His brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, also a suspect, was killed in a shootout with police near Watertown, outside Boston, on Thursday night.
A new image of Dzhokar Tsarnaev, age 19, previously identified as Suspect 2 in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation, has been released
As you can see from one of the images, Suspects 1 and 2 appear to be walking together through the marathon crowd on Boylston Street in the direction of the finish line.
That image was captured as they walked on Boylston in the vicinity of its intersection with Gloucester Street.
More Photos of Suspect in Boston Bomb Blast
Watch the Surveillance Video Related to Boston Bombings
If you know anything about the bombings or the men pictured here,
Please call the telephone listed on the photo arrays—that’s
1-800 CALL FBI.
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Assistance for Victims of the Boston Marathon Bombings
An important part of the FBI’s response to the Boston Marathon bombings is to identify victims and provide for the rights and needs of victims and their families.
The FBI is encouraging individuals and families that were directly impacted by the bombings to contact the FBI Victim Assistance Call Center at 1-800-331-0075 to provide their information. Victims will be put in contact with the FBI Office for Victim Assistance.
The FBI is the lead law enforcement agency responsible for investigating the bombings at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.
Providing information and assistance to victims of these crimes is part of that work. Crimes can have a devastating effect on victims, as well as their families who may need assistance coping with the impact of the victimization.
The FBI is legally mandated to identify victims of federal crimes that it investigates and provide these victims with information, assistance services, and resources.
The FBI’s Office for Victim Assistance (OVA) is uniquely suited to provide emergency assistance to victims of domestic and international terrorism and mass violence crimes due to its national and international scope and extensive experience in responding to more than 13,000 victims of these crimes.
If you were injured or witnessed the Boston Marathon bombings, you may have access to resources and rights. Some resources include special funding to provide emergency assistance, crimes compensation, and counseling.
Additional information about these resources can be found at website links listed below.
If you have not spoken to a FBI victim specialist,
Please contact the FBI Office for Victim Assistance at
Or call the FBI Victim Assistance
Call Center at 1-800-331-0075
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