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'They acted differently than everyone else'
Other footage, still unreleased, shows that the two suspects stayed at the scene to watch the carnage unfold, a federal law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation told CNN's Susan Candiotti.
"When the bombs blow up, when most people are running away and victims were lying on the ground, the two suspects walk away pretty casually," said the official, who has seen the unreleased video. "They acted differently than everyone else."
While video of at least one suspect planting the bomb exists, the FBI had chosen not to release it, according to the official. One reason, according to the official, is that were the media to repeatedly show the suspects leaving the bomb, it might cause some people to overreact if they came into contact with them.
DesLauriers said intelligence had been developed on the first suspect "within the last day or so." The official who spoke with CNN said images of the second suspect were isolated Wednesday.
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Just before 3 p.m. on April 15, Bauman was waiting among the crowd for his girlfriend to cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon. A man wearing a cap, sunglasses and a black jacket over a hooded sweatshirt looked at Jeff, 27, and dropped a bag at his feet, his brother, Chris Bauman, said in an interview.
Two and a half minutes later, the bag exploded, tearing Jeff’s legs apart.
“He woke up under so much drugs, asked for a paper and pen and wrote, ‘bag, saw the guy, looked right at me,’” Chris Bauman said yesterday in an interview.
"Sunil has been struggling with depression since he took a leave of absence from Brown last year," the Facebook page stated. "A note suggestive of suicidal intent left behind in his apartment has his family extremely worried."
March 23, 2013 PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — Brown University is encouraging the community to join search efforts for missing Brown University student Sunil Tripathi, who was last seen in the campus area on Saturday morning, March 16. Information, updates, and ways to help are available on the Facebook page “Help Us Find Sunil Tripathi, ” where more than 50,000 people have visited. The Twitter account "@findingsunny" is also available to share information. Sunil Tripathi was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black Eastern Mountain Sports ski jacket, glasses, and a Philadelphia Eagles wool hat. He is six feet tall and weighs 130 pounds. Tripathi, the youngest brother and son of three, all of whom attended Brown University, was on approved leave from Brown. The missing person investigation is being led by the Providence Police Department with the full cooperation of Brown University Department of Public Safety and University staff. Over the last six days, the search has been focused on the greater Providence area, where flyers have been distributed and physical searches of many city neighborhoods conducted. The search is expanding outside of Providence to Boston, Connecticut, New York, and Philadelphia. Classmates, friends, and others in the Brown community and the larger Providence community and law enforcement continue to mobilize.