"We've Got Him!" Boston PD Says Bombing Suspect 2 Caught

The Boston Police Department confirms the second Boston Marathon bombing suspect is under arrest. He is alive but has been wounded. It ends a 23 hour search.

CBS News reports Police responded en masse Friday evening after shots were fired in the town were a Boston Marathon bombing suspect was last seen. A man hiding in a boat behind a house was surrounded and authorities approached the situation cautiously.

An undated view of 67 Franklin St. Watertown, Mass. Police have surrounded a man hiding in a boat in the back of the house.


Boston Mayor Thomas Menino said Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, of Cambridge, Mass., the at-large suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, was the man in the boat.  He was arrested and needs medical attention.  Tsarnaev and his older brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev are believed to be responsible for the bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon that killed 3 people and wound more than 170.  Tamerlan was killed in a shoot out with police early Friday morning.    For the latest go to CBS News.

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