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An interfaith service has begun for victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. President Barack Obama is due to give an address at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston's South End, about a mile from the bombing site.
Boston Police have been on patrol, awaiting the arrival of President Obama, who is due to attend a memorial service for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing today.
Transit Police in Boston are urging people to report "all unattended bags or packages" left on public transport following the marathon bombings:
Investigators in Boston are hunting a suspect in the marathon bombings who was identified from CCTV footage.
They are trying to piece together the bombs from remnants found on site, Daybreak's Lucy Watson reports.
It has been reported that Investigators in Boston believe they have identified, from CCTV pictures, a suspect in the bombing of Monday's marathon. The FBI says no one has been arrested.
It seems it is now a case of trying to find the person caught on a department store security camera.
The sense of shock after Monday's explosions has given way in Boston to confusion.
People are hoping against hope that the bomber is caught soon but they are bewildered by the leaks and changing stories emerging from the FBI.
Correspondent Robert Moore's report, contains distressing images:
Michelle Obama has expressed her condolences for the attack in Boston during a speech at the US Naval Academy. Earlier it was announced the First Lady will accompany her husband on a visit to the city tomorrow.
She said: "Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Boston. My husband continues to monitor the situation and he has directed the full resources of the federal government to assist state and local authorities as they investigate this horrific attack.
"And what happened on Monday was a reminder that in times of crisis, here in America we respond with courage and grit and selflessness.
"That's exactly what we saw from the people of Boston and from all of those who rushed to aid the victims, especially the police officers and fire fighters, the first responders, our men and women in uniform. That is the spirit of Boston, but that is also the spirit of this country."
There have been significant developments, as the FBI hunts whoever was behind the Boston bombs. Investigators believe they may have identified a suspect from CCTV footage.
ITV Correspondent Robert Moore reports from Boston:
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New photos of the suspects identified by officials as Dzhokar A. Tsarnaev, 19 and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26 have been released.
The FBI has released pictures and video of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, seeking the public's help.