(ABC News) Officials have spotted two potential suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, but no arrests have been made and investigators continue to work to identify the individuals with the help of a special FBI team of digital sleuths and cell phone records of calls made in the area in the hours before the blasts.
According to the report from ABC News:
Working from a restricted area near the Boston harbor, the FBI's Operational Technology Division is helping sort through the hundreds of videos and pictures from the area surrounding the twin bomb blasts that erupted near the marathon finish line Monday afternoon. Three people were killed and more than 170 injured in what top U.S. officials called a "terrorist attack," though no group, foreign or domestic, has claimed responsibility.
Officials told ABC News Wednesday they found a potential suspect using surveillance footage from a Lord & Taylor along the parade route and with the help of a local television station. Today federal law enforcement sources said they have a second potential suspect in the case. Neither has been positively identified by name, sources said.
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