Fox News reports that authorities have disclosed new information in relation to the person who is believed to be responsible of the Boston Marathon bombing. According to the most recent declarations of the police, the suspect could hail from Chechnya or Turkey.
After numerous investigations, police officers managed to identify two persons who are believed to be related to the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday. Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, one of the two brothers involved in the explosions, is a 19-year-old student at Cambridge, Massachusetts University. He has lived in the United Stated in the past years, but he originates from an oversee country, most likely Chechnya or Turkey, according to authorities.
Sources related to the investigation claim that the federal law enforcements are trying to find out whether the two brothers have received military training before their arrival in the United States. Online records indicate that Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev won a $2,500 scholarship from the city of Cambridge in 2011.
Soon after authorities published the pictures of the two suspects on Thursday, the two men surfaced causing further damage in the city. They shot a police officer, robbed a convenience store and carjacked a man. They became even more aggressive when Boston police summoned them to surrender. The two suspects responded with gun fires and explosives that were hurled from the stolen car. One of the suspects was killed during the shoot-out, whereas the second one fled the scene. Officers are now looking for Suspect 2 who is believed to be armed and very dangerous.
Boston Police Commissioner, Ed Davis, told reporters at Fox News that the majority of the collected evidence indicates that the two suspects are responsible for Monday’s Boston explosions which killed 3 men and hurt 180 others. He further revealed that authorities think the two men belong to a terrorist group. The two suspects must have been trained to come to America and kill people.