A sign calling for citizens of Boston to "Shelter in Place" hung across I-93 Friday in Boston.
Credit Elise Amendola / AP
Boston's Public Garden was devoid of people midday Friday. Mayor Thomas Menino and Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick asked all residents of Boston and several surrounding towns to remain at home as investigators searched for a suspect in the marathon bombings.
Originally published on Fri April 19, 2013 7:20 pm
Update at 7:10 p.m. ET. Back Inside:
Following reports of sudden, heavy police presence in Watertown, Boston police have asked residents to once again stay indoors. Just about an hour earlier, the governor had lifted the shelter-in-place advisory. The police tweeted: "Police operations in the Franklin Street Watertown area. Residents shelter in place."
Update at 6:25 p.m. ET. "Shelter-In-Place" Advisory Lifted:
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