Warning in several MA towns: "Stay inside & away from windows" - WRBL

Boston Bombing Update: One suspect is dead, manhunt is underway for second suspect

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COLUMBUS, Ga. -
9:20 a.m. EDT: From the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: 

Residents in Watertown, Newton, Waltham, Belmont, Cambridge and the Allston Brighton neighborhoods and the entire City of Boston are advised to stay indoors. Residents should not answer the door unless it is a police officer, and are advised to stay away from windows. All businesses in these towns will remain closed until further notice. People should not congregate outside.


9:09 a.m. EDT: AP- Father of Boston bombing suspect, in Russia, says son is accomplished medical student and 'a true angel'.


WRBL News 3 will stay with CBS This Morning for breaking news coverage of the manhunt for
the remaining Boston Marathon bombing suspect.

 
8:30 a.m. EDT: via CBS Boston (WBZ): The uncle of the bombing suspects, who lives in Maryland, tells CBS Boston he "wishes they never existed". 

 


 

7:30 a.m. EDT: CBS: BREAKING: Bob Orr confirms the two Boston bombing suspects are brothers, confirms name of one suspect as Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19.


6:49 a.m. EDT UPDATE: AP: Surviving Boston bomb suspect identified as Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, of Cambridge, Mass.


6:43 a.m. EDT UPDATE: CBS Boston affiliate, WBZ, is reporting via Twitter that two people are in custody near the scene of the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombings. Police have been combing the area in the early morning hours, looking for the man dubbed "suspect #2".


One Boston bombing suspect is dead while the second remains at large. Residents of the Boston suburb Watertown are being told not to open their doors to anyone this morning, after police swarmed the area with guns drawn. The movement followed the fatal shooting of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus police officer. Police say the two suspects then carjacked a victim in a Mercedes SUV and lead police on a chase. One of the bombing suspects was shot and killed. There were reports of shots fired and explosive devices detonated. Another police officer is reported to have been shot and is in critical condition. The second bombing suspect remains at large. We will keep you updated on the latest developments.

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