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Update: Boston Marathon Bombing suspect captured aliveSubmitted: 04/19/2013
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WATERTOWN, MA - UPDATE: "CAPTURED!!!" That's the first word in a tweet by Boston police about the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was captured alive from a boat stored in the yard of a home in Watertown. That's the same suburb where his older brother and accomplice was killed in a shootout early today.

Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick thanked all law enforcement agencies involved on behalf of those killed and wounded in the terror attack.

His brother, 26-year-old Tamerlan, was killed early Friday while attempting to escape. The two are suspected of killing three people on Monday and a campus police officer late Thursday.

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NBC News reports police have arrested the suspected Boston Marathon bombing suspect.

He was taken to the hospital with reported bullet wounds.

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Authorities in the Boston area raced to the Watertown area to investigate reports of gunshots fired in the area.

According to the associated press police, emergency and military vehicles have moved to the Watertown area after reports of possible gunshots

Law enforcement officials have been searching for 19-year old Dzhokar Tsarneav, suspect number two in the boston marathon bombings.

The reports come less than an hour after authorities lifted a lockdown order for area citizens.



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