BOSTON, Mass. - Reports indicate Boston police and federal agents may have a potential suspect in custody in the bombing of the Boston Marathon.
It appears the man, a 20-year-old Saudi national, showed up at an area hospital with burns.
Police have not made any official statements on the topic of the suspect, nor a possible motive.
Early reports indicate at least two people dead, dozens injured after at least two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Scanner traffic from Boston police and media accounts also indicate at least two other possible explosive devices may have been found.
It happened just before 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time, 2:00 p.m. Central as runners were crossing the finish line.
Video of the explosions shows them to be fairly large, and it's considered likely that the death toll could rise.
The Boston Marathon is the oldest annual marathon in the world, and attracts as many as 500,000 spectators.
The explosions and resulting chaos prompted race and city officials to cancel the remainder of the event, as they moved to swiftly clear the area of danger.
Witnesses say the two explosions happened within seconds of one another.
Emergency officials initially confirmed a third explosion in Boston, this one at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
It now appears that was a fire, and unrelated to the bomb blasts.
A representative of the library Tweeted that all personnel and employees at JFK were accounted for, and uninjured.
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