Boston Marathon bombing suspect shown on camera, official says Black bag seen in images made before 2d blast ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF A surveillance camera atop Lord & Taylor (circled) took images across Boylston Street of the area where the second bomb exploded Monday. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff The site where the second bomb exploded on Boylston Street. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Mike Adler and his 10-year-old son Gabe of Framingham held an American flag during a moment of silence before the Bruins game at TD Garden. Elise Amendola /AP Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg stood next to a ribbon projected onto the ice. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Victoria Kichuk (left) of Brighton visited the makeshift memorial at Boylston and Berkeley streets. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff In Hopkinton, people held hands in a vigil near the Boston Marathon starting line Wednesday. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff A banner in Hopkinton with a message of support for victims of the finish line bombings. Charles Krupa/AP US Marshals stood guard outside Boston’s Moakley Federal Courthouse after if was evacuated Wednesday afternoon. Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Media and others descended upon the courthouse after initial reports suggested a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings was arrested and would appear at the courthouse. Julio Cortez/Associated Press Investigators combed through the scene of one of the blast sites on Wednesday morning. Bill Greene/Globe Staff A sign was taped to a barricade near the site of the bombings on Wednesday. Reuters This image shows the remains of a pressure cooker that the FBI says was part of one of the bombs.