Watertown boat moved into evidence

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April 26, 2013, 9:50 pm
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(NECN: John Moroney) - The most infamous boat in America was on the move Friday, leaving the Watertown, Mass. neighborhood where the suspected Boston Marathon bomber was captured one week ago.

This was the dramatic scene on Franklin Street last Friday when authorities discovered Suspect Number Two, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, hiding in the boat. His presence confirmed by a thermal imaging.

Here's images of the alleged bomber being placed in the back of an ambulance at the time of his capture. Since then, this close-knit neighborhood has remained in virtual lockdown.

The boat is gone, but Franklin Street is still closed. The entire community has been at the center of this ordeal, but remains strong.

Gary and Jennifer Stein, who live on Franklin Street with their son Zachary, are just looking for things to get back to normal.

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