This heartwarming photo, captured by Fox News photographer Svein Schwab, shows a family with a young child giving flowers to police in Watertown, Mass. on Monday.
Just in to Fox News is a photo of the boat where the younger Boston bombing suspect hid on Friday.
Bob Glatz, a resident of Watertown, MA. caught the intense police shootout with Tsarnaev on camera. Watch the scene as gunfire rings through the neighborhood.
Neil Cavuto just showed us a new image of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev before he was captured. The image shows him climbing over the edge of the boat in which he was found hiding. It’s believed to have been taken from a helicopter overhead.
After an intense standoff with law enforcement, the second and only living suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing was found in Watertown, Mass. on Friday night. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, had been hiding in a boat stored outside a home on Franklin Street, where a homeowner discovered his whereabouts and alerted authorities.
Watertown resident Al Wilson was caught in the police fire fight with the Boston manhunt suspects last night. Incredibly, he was caught in tonight’s chaos in Watertown which resulted in police capturing the second suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
A photograph depicts an injured and bloodied Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in an ambulance after being taken into custody by authorities in Watertown.
Moments ago, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino opened a police press conference held in Watertown to announce updates on the manhunt for second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Police recently arrived outside of a Starbucks in Watertown, Massachusetts, putting on bulletproof vests and drawing guns. Despite being told to remain in their homes, some individuals were seen fleeing the area.