Minutes After FBI Releases Images of Suspects, Bureau Website Cr

Minutes After FBI Releases Images of Suspects, Bureau Website Crashed

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  Americans rushed to the FBI website to see for themselves what the bombing suspects look like.
 Photos and Video show two men who appear to be in their twenties, both wearing ball caps and carrying backpacks.  Cameras captured their images from multiple angles.  Suspect Number 1 is in a dark hat.  Suspect Number 2 is seeing wearing a white cap backward.  They seem to be walking together minutes before bombs exploded.  Suspect Number 2 could be seen setting down a backpack at the second bombing outside The Forum restaurant.

Hours before authorities showed their faces, the president attended an interfaith service in Boston in honor of the three people killed and 180 injured in Monday's Explosions near the Boston Marathon finish line.

With the help of the public, the FBI hopes to match the images with the names of the suspects.  But, a warning, if you see them, don't approach them.  The men are considered to be armed and extremely dangerous.
 

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