FBI joins Sri Lanka investigation

Officials are looking through surveillance video and asking the public to remain vigilant. ABC News' Elizabeth Hur reports.
2:13 | 04/24/19

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Now the latest on the Easter bombing attacks in Sri Lanka the dep told now stands at at least 359. 45 children among the dead and at least eighteen more suspects were arrested overnight. This morning there are new fears of bombs planted across the country ABC Elizabeth herd joins us now with more good morning Elizabeth. Kenneth good morning authorities in Sri Lanka say they are working all round the clock and they hope to bring the situation under control win then the next few days but for now. The danger isn't over yet. Tree lumped up on high alert with a government urging the public to remain vigilant with more attackers still out there. Yeah. And and. The manhunt intensifying now with the FBI joined the investigation. And officials in Sri Lanka announcing changes are on the way admitting gear were warnings missed or ignored. This has police examined surveillance images of the alleged attackers for answers including this suspected bomber caught on cameras. Outside saint Sebastian and this video broadcast entry locked in TV showing two men with backpacks at the shangri La hotel. Where American Matthew Lindsay tell CNN much she lost a son and daughter now. They actually went and Buffett. Before me and about the food for me when the bomb went off hedonism just them it's hard to describe. Meanwhile mass funerals are now under way with families grieving I'd mid fears other additional attacks or the people here that could be at risk you know crisis has claimed responsibility posting this picture of the men they say what the suicide bombers. The mood and still under investigation but Sri Lankan officials believe this was planned. In retaliation for the two mosque attacked last month the New Zealand where fifty worshippers were killed. Here in the US while officials maintain there is no credible threat the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. Just issued a bulletin announcing they remain vigilant with the potential. For copycat attacks can at the Mona vigilance is key Elizabeth her thank you.

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