[UPDATE] Boston Police Say No Arrest Has Been Made in 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings
[UPDATE 1:39 p.m.] Contrary to prior reports, the Boston Police Department is now saying no arrest has been made. We will continue to monitor the story and update this post with new information.
Despite reports to the contrary there has not been an arrest in the Marathon attack.
— Boston Police Dept. (@Boston_Police) April 17, 2013
[UPDATE 12:50 p.m.] A suspect has reportedly been arrested in the Boston Marathon Bombing.
[ORIGINAL STORY] Investigators believe they have identified a suspect in Monday’s Boston Marathon Bombing.
FOX News confirms a possible breakthrough came from analysis of surveillance video from the Lord and Taylor’s department store near the second blast.
King told CNN the image offers authorities a clear image of the potential suspect’s face placing a package that authorities are looking for.
Local Boston TV station WHDH-TV also received photos of what looks to be one of the packages before and after one of the explosions.
710 KEEL will continue to offer updates on the Boston Marathon Explosions.