Manhunt: Searching for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

With Boston locked down, Brian Ross reveals who Tsarnaev is and how he became an alleged killer.
3:35 | 04/19/13

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How a mood of celebration -- broken out on the streets of Boston just behind me and mood that almost rivals the Red Sox winning. The news has been changing almost minute by minute that right now this is what we know the marathon bombing suspect -- -- -- -- night. Is now in custody found alive but wounded and bleeding. Hiding in a boat in -- backyard in the Watertown area he is conscious in serious but stable condition being transferred to a hospital. To get the very latest -- -- -- -- ABC news team's starting with Lindsey Davis he's been in Watertown all day long heard those gunshots and now -- -- and it. Okay. Only isn't it it is so loud out here people continued into the grounds it. Not -- disclosed. For a large part of -- -- they -- this day and do. They've been waiting for a reason to -- since Monday and they doubted tonight perhaps a little loud cheers we heard from them. Ambulance went through it -- -- have inside of it suspect number two people have been high five -- police officers as they've been going through they've been. Continuing -- champ Boston strong. Boston pride at usaid and the officers as well giving us some this comes -- some thumbs up. People here just jubilant. And very. Yeah. All right -- thank you -- we're having a hard time hearing you at some point there's a big celebration going on there and also. Just behind you are one of the bombs went off just five days ago a letter -- -- would -- tonight from the Boston Police Department. Captured in all -- the hunches over this searches done that terror is over and justice has won. Suspect in custody. And for more on how battling -- gonna go to ABC news's Brian Ross he's been in Watertown due out this week covering the hunt for the suspects. Brian how -- how -- is exactly go down. We we heard the curfew was lifted and lifted in just a few moments later somebody who lived in the neighborhood -- out and checked about right. The precisely correct Watertown and in fact most of the Boston area that was on lockdown all day today and about 630 officials said well. He got out of the perimeter. We got he got past as we can find them the curfew -- lifted. He was just 25 minutes later. When the owner of -- house about four -- five blocks and here walked outside to walk his dog. And noticed in his both his prize vote in the backyard put a trailer some -- and what could that be. He went up to the vote climbed in open the -- and in the boat was a man with a bloodied body he quickly closed the TARP ran back called police. And within ten minutes the FBI and new York and -- the state police in Boston Police were all there. And and about an hour and a half after that using the robotic cameras. And a robot that -- the TARP off the -- they rooms to do the suspect and Raymond the custody. He is now at the mass general hospital in serious but we're told stable conditions. And frank do we know was he armed at all -- -- have any weapons with him. We're told they did exchanged fire with the agents and police they threw threw in the cost. Three flash bang grenades into the vote to disoriented and and that's when they moved in. He had been threatening to Wear a suicide -- -- they found that he had not.

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