Boston Marathon Suspects Photos: What's the Logo On Their Hats

The FBI has released photos and video of the two suspects of the Boston bombings, reported CNN. Investigators asked the public for help in identifying the two young-looking men wearing casual clothes and sports hats. However, they warned these individuals are dangerous and recommended not to confront them.

According to The Atlantic, FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers cited "extensive investigation" and described  "suspect No. 1" as wearing a dark hat. Suspect No. 2, who according to authorities "set down a backpack" at the second bombing site was seen walking together with suspect No. 1 along the marathon. 

The bombs, according to the FBI, were set "within minutes" of exploding. However, authorities emphasized, "this is an active investigation."

If you have any information please call: 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324) and or e-mail FBI's Boston Division: boston@ic.fbi.gov.

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