Chicago police to assist in Boston investigations

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The Chicago Police Department is sending five detectives and one sergeant to Boston Friday to help in the ongoing investigation surrounding the bombings at the Boston Marathon and related overnight incidents.

The Chicago officers are heading there at the request of Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis.

Earlier this week, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Police Superintendent Garry F. McCarthy offered their counterparts assistance as needed.


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