New Details Released in Boston Attack
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BOSTON - Federal authorities have released pictures of two men they want to talk to in relation to the Boston Marathon bombing. Federal agents say they are not suspects as of yet. Also, today, detectives have visited several Boston area hobby stores hoping to find out whether electrical components used to build deadly bombs may have been purchased.
The President and First Lady Michelle Obama joined thousands at an interfaith service to honor the victims. An air of strength and resolve filled the room. "We will all be with you as you learn to stand and run. And yes you will run again. I have no doubt you will run again,” says the President.
At the service the Mayor of Boston gave way to the future. "Nothing can tear down the resilience and the heart of this great city,” says Mayor Thomas Menino. Also, a message that those who committed these heinous acts of terror will be caught. "It should be pretty clear they picked the wrong city to do it,” says the President.
A total of 59 people remain hospitalized as of today. Six of them in critical condition; at least 13 people lost limbs as a result of the bombing.
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