Celebrating Boston bomb suspect's capture BOSTONGALLERY1904 Sat 20 Apr 2013 People wave US flags while cheering as police drive down Arlington Street in Watertown, Massachusetts. The second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, was bleeding, seriously injured and being treated at a Massachusetts hospital after he was found hiding in a boat, state police said. Photograph: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters Eric Sidiropoulos waves a flag as emergency vehicles pass after learning that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the remaining suspect wanted in the Boston Marathon bombings, was caught, in Watertown. Photograph: Gretchen Ertl/New York Times Hundreds of Northeastern University students gather in Hemenway Street to celebrate the capture of suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Photograph: Scott Eisen/Reuters A crowd at the site of a makeshift memorial for victims of Monday's Boston Marathon bombings clap for police on Boylston Street in Boston, after the capture of the second bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Photograph: Katherine Taylor/New York Times People hold candles as they listen to speakers during a candlelight vigil for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings in Somerville, Massachusetts. Photograph: Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters Three crosses for each of the three people killed in the Boston Marathon bombings at a makeshift memorial on Boylston Street. Photograph: Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters Children draw on an impromptu chalk memorial at Newbury Street, which runs parallel to Boylston Street, for those killed and injured in the Boston Marathon blasts. Photograph: Evan McGlinn/New York Times An FBI officer stands in front of the boat at 67 Franklin Street in which Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, was found hiding. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters Tamera Clifton, of Portland, Oregon, who finished the Boston Marathon race before the explosions, hugs her daughter Aislin near a makeshift memorial on Boylston Street. Photograph: Gretchen Ertl/New York Times Special Agent in Charge Richard DeLauriens at a news conference in the Sheraton Hotel in Boston. Photograph: Darren McCollester/Getty Images Police officers keep a man on the ground in Watertown following the shooting of a police officer at MIT. Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis speaks during a media briefing in the parking lot of the Watertown Mall. Photograph: Jared Wickerham/Getty Images Armed police search for a suspect in Watertown after a Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus police officer had been shot and killed. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images Police with guns drawn in Watertown, Massachusetts. Earlier, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus police officer was shot and killed. A short time later, police reported exchanging gunfire with alleged carjackers in Watertown, a city near Cambridge. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images Law enforcement officers talking at the scene of the manhunt in Watertown following the shooting of a police officer at MIT. Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters Police descend on School and Walnut Street in Watertown, Massachusetts. Earlier, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus police officer was shot and killed at the school's campus in Cambridge. Photograph: Darren McCollester/Getty Images Police with guns drawn search for a suspect in Watertown. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images Officials collect evidence three days after two explosions hit the Boston Marathon. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters The suspects wanted over the Boston Marathon bombing in handout photos presented during an FBI news conference in Boston a few days after the marathon. A combination of handout pictures of the suspects Tamerlan and DzhokharTsarnaev, released through the FBI website.