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Photos and video of two potential suspects in Boston Marathon bombings released by FBI

The FBI released on Thursday surveillance video and images of two potential suspects involved in Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon and they need the public’s help tracking the men down.<br /><img src="http://www.9wsyr.com/images/common/camera.jpg" /> <a href="javascript:IDMSlideshowPhoto('b712df02-f401-4b39-b27e-7b3cc39198ae')">Surveillance Photos</a> | <img src="http://www.9wsyr.com/images/videobullet.gif" /> <a class="midbarheadline" href="http://www.9wsyr.com/mediacenter/local.aspx?videoid=4023242" target="_blank">Surveillance Video</a>
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Syracuse (WSYR-TV/CNN) -- The FBI released on Thursday surveillance video and images of two potential suspects involved in Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon and they need the public’s help tracking the men down.

As you can see from the photos, the two men -- known as “suspect one” and “suspect two” --  can be seen on Boylston Street where the explosions occurred.

One of the men is wearing a white hat and is seen setting down a backpack outside the Forum Restaurant – the site of the first explosion.

The two men appeared to be walking together along the marathon route prior to the blasts.

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The FBI warns that the men should be considered armed and extremely dangerous and no one should approach them.

If you were at the Boston Marathon and saw the men pictured or know anything else that could help the FBI in this case, you’re asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI.

The blasts killed three people. More than 60 people remain hospitalized in Boston-area medical centers, seven of them in critical condition, according to hospital officials.

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