FBI Examines Images Of Bag, Man At Boston Marathon05:29
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At left, an image from WHDH-TV of a bag that appears to be at the center of one of the explosions. At left, a man who responds differently from other victims of the blast. (Screenshots from ABC's Good Morning America)
At left, an image from WHDH-TV of a bag that appears to be at the center of one of the explosions. At left, a man who responds differently from other victims of the blast. (Screenshots from ABC's Good Morning America)

The FBI is scrutinizing two sets of images that may help them find the person or people who planted two deadly bombs at the Boston Marathon finish line on Monday.

One, from Boston television station WHDH, shows a bag in front of the security fence which appears to be at the center of one of the explosions.

The other images come from office worker Ben Thorndike, whose office window was right above one of the blasts.

He told ABC News that pictures he took from that window show a man dressed in black, who - unlike everyone else - is running away from the middle of the commotion.

The FBI has not said whether the man or anyone else is a suspect in the bombings.

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This segment aired on April 17, 2013.

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