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Watertown officers get gifts of food, flowers, and thanks

WATERTOWN — When police finally cornered and captured suspected Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in Watertown on Friday night, residents who had spent most of the day locked in their homes poured into the streets to show their gratitude with loud cheers.

On Saturday, residents of Watertown made that gratitude tangible, flocking in droves to the Main Street headquarters of the Watertown Police Department to drop off food, gifts, and flowers.

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