Boston Police Seek to Return Personal Property
BOSTON (AP) — Boston police want to return the personal belongings left behind by people fleeing the Boston Marathon bombing.
The items have been determined by the FBI to have no evidentiary value in the investigation into the Patriots’ Day explosions.
Anyone who left personal property behind while fleeing the Boylston Street blast scene can contact Boston police via email or call the mayor’s hotline at 617-635-4500.
Individuals can also visit police department’s main headquarters between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today through Friday.
Detectives will also deliver some items to their rightful owners in the greater Boston area, and will coordinate with other police departments to deliver items belonging to people outside the area.