Police Converge on Watertown in Bomb Suspect Hunt

April 19 (Bloomberg) -- Police converged on a house in Watertown, Massachusetts, in the hunt for the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing. The suspect was in a boat stored in the backyard of the home and shots were fired, said a police official, speaking on condition of anonymity. Police reinstated a warning to residents to stay inside less than an hour after it was lifted. Gunfire was heard in the area. (Source: Bloomberg)

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