Updated Apr 19, 2013 - 5:01 pm
Reports: Gunshots heard in Watertown, Mass., suspect in a backyard
Multiple sounds, that were believed to be gunshots, were heard in Watertown, Massachusetts within an hour after authorities held a press conference to lift the the stay-indoors warning for people in the Boston area.
Dozens of officers are reportedly closing in on a specific house that has a boat in the backyard.
Police believe a person is inside that boat and that it could be Boston Marathon Bombings suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev, a 19-year-old college student.
BREAKING NEWS: Police are still concerned that the suspect may be wearing a suicide bomb vest, the source tells the Globe.— Boston.com News (@BostonDotCom) April 19, 2013
BREAKING NEWS: Police believe bombing suspect still alive on boat; have seen him moving from State Police helicopter.— Boston.com News (@BostonDotCom) April 19, 2013
BREAKING NEWS: Police appear to be preparing a robot with a camera to approach the boat. Globe reporters on scene hearing numerous...— Boston.com News (@BostonDotCom) April 19, 2013
BREAKING NEWS: Police have Boston Marathon bombings suspect pinned down in boat in Watertown backyard.— Boston.com News (@BostonDotCom) April 19, 2013
Heavy police presence in area of Franklin St in Watertown. Residents remain inside.— Boston Police Dept. (@Boston_Police) April 19, 2013