Connecticut police say car possibly tied to Boston blasts is found
(Reuters) - A car sought by Connecticut State Police and believed to be occupied by a possible suspect linked to the Boston Marathon bombing has been located in the Boston area, a police spokesman said on Friday.
Connecticut police declined to comment further.
The car was described as a gray Honda CRV with Massachusetts license plates.
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