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The Boston manhunt from start to finish: how and where it played out

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Tense moments before the arrest.
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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the remaining suspect in the Boston Marathon attack, has been apprehended alive after authorities pinned him down in a boat in the backyard of a Watertown, Massachusetts, home. A resident called police after discovering Dzhokhar in the boat and “covered with blood,” Boston police chief Edward Davis said at a press conference tonight.

Here is a timeline and map of how the dragnet for Dzhokhar, 19, and his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, played out:

Here is the home at 67 Franklin Street in Watertown where Dzhokhar was apprehended, using imagery from Bing Maps:

Zooming out, you can see where the boat is in relation to the rest of the area:

This is the area where authorities asked people to stay indoors for much of the day, a lockdown that was lifted for most of the region shortly before Dzhokhar’s capture:

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