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Police killed Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, during a shootout and later, after a manhunt, captured his brother, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, the second suspect, in Watertown, Mass., on Friday, April 19, 2013.More photos on the bombing of the Boston Marathon:> Boston Marathon bombing -- Caution: Graphic content > Boston Marathon aftermath and reaction > Boston Marathon bombing evidence

Images Of The Boston Bombing Suspects Shootout With Police [Photos]

Massive police operation underway after a police officer was shot on the MIT university campus in Boston, CNN reports. One suspect is in custody after reports of gunfire and explosions and a car jacking. The news comes just hours after police released images of two men sought in connection with the marathon bombing. It has not been confirmed the events are connected.

The police manhunt being led by the FBI made another public appeal a short time ago for help with images and tips to catch the bombers, they believe hid the explosives in pressure cookers covered by nylon bags.

The hunt that led to the death of one of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings and, as of Friday morning, the full-bore manhunt for the second suspect in a sleepy Boston suburb, began Thursday night at a 7-Eleven in Cambridge. On Friday morning, police shut down all transportation in the area and urged residents of Watertown and the surrounding suburbs, including Cambridge, to stay home, and businesses to close. Here's a recap of the incredibly dramatic chain of events Thursday night and Friday:

During the gun battle, an MBTA transit police officer was shot, as was one of the suspects. Early Friday, Massachusetts State Police spokesman David Procopio said the MIT and Watertown events were probably related, and could be tied to the marathon bombings. The FBI early Friday released new photos of the Boston bombing suspects:

UPDATE: 1:50 p.m. ET: Connecticut State Police are now searching for a new vehicle, a green 1999 Honda Civic with license plate number 116 GC7, in connection with the ongoing Boston bombing manhunt. Earlier in the day, state police issued an alert for a Honda CRV in relation to the investigation, though that vehicle was subsequently recovered.

UPDATE: 3:34 p.m. ET: The FBI has removed a computer from the New Jersey home of a sister of the Boston bombing suspects, according to NBC. Authorities had met with and interviewed her earlier in the day, but gave no indication that she was a suspect.

Violence began when 19-year-old Dzhokar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev were named as suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday, which resulted in three dead and more than 170 injured. The duo robbed a 7-11 convenience store late Thursday, which turned into a shootout with police by early Friday.

The police officer who was shot and killed in an altercation with the Boston bombing suspects has been identified as Sean Collier, a 26-year-old man from Somerville, Massachusetts. The Huffington Post reports that before joining the police force, Collier worked as an information technology employee at the Somerville Police Department.

His brother died after a wild shootout with Watertown police early Friday that concluded with his younger sibling running over him in a carjacked SUV before abandoning the vehicle and fleeing on foot.

A Boston transit police officer was also seriously wounded during the subsequent shootout in Watertown. Fifty-seven people remain hospitalized from the marathon bombings; several of them lost limbs in the blasts.


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