Prayer service held in Boston for victims of marathon bombings
Updated: Thursday, April 18 2013, 08:26 PM EDT
BOSTON (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - President Obama took part in a prayer service in Boston on Thursday afternoon to honor the victims of the marathon bombings.
Three people were killed in that bombing on Monday, and seven are still in critical condition.
Unlike his Presidential addresses after Newtown and the theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, the President did not come to Boston to mourn.
Instead, he delivered a message of hope and strength to the victims.
After the service, he met with some of the bombing victims, their families, and hospital staff.
Meanwhile, sources tell CBS News that investigators may soon release a photo of a man seen placing a bag at the site of the second bombing.
At this time, they're going over cellphone records, and facial recognition programs, hoping it will lead them to their suspect.