Boston Terror Update: No Undetonated Explosives Found; 3 Dead, 176 Injured
At a Tuesday morning press conference, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick said there were no additional undetonated explosives that were found near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
"It's important to clarify that two--and only two--explosive devices were found yesterday," Patrick said. "There are no unexploded bombs."
On Monday, there were numerous reports that indicated there were at least two undetonated explosives that had been discovered near the grandstands.
The Boston Marathon bombings, according to Police commissioner Ed Davis, killed three people and injured at least 176 people. He said 17 people were in critical condition.
According to the Associated Press, Davis said the crime scene was the most complex in the history of the police department. Richard DesLauriers, the FBI Special Agent in charge of the scene, said there were no known additional threats.
In addition to being on the lookout for a suspicious "darker-skinned or black male" in a black hoodie who also may be a foreigner due to his accent, law enforcement authorities are also asking anyone with amateur video or pictures to come forward to help them investigate the crime scene.