The Federal Bureau of Investigation just held a press conference at which they released a series of photos of two young men they're identifying as "persons of interest" in this week's deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon. The potential suspects appear to be in their twenties. Some people are describing them as caucasian; I would call them light-skinned. They could be radical Islamists. They might be domestic terrorists. The one with the backwards cap almost looks like a frat boy. I'm interested in the decals on both hats, which could be significant clues if identified. The FBI's website is struggling to keep up with traffic, so here are the best individual photos:
And one shot of the two men together:
Finally, authorities released this short edit of some relevant surveillance footage:
Investigators are asking anyone with information to contact the FBI by calling: 1-800-CALL-FBI .
Update (Leah): Greg posted video of the presser:
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