WATERTOWN, MA (CNN) - A Watertown, Massachusetts man says it was obsession with his boat, not a blood trail, that led him to discover the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
David Henneberry says he couldn't understand how two pads designed to prevent chafing had slipped out from under the shrink wrap covering the boat. After the "shelter-in-place" order for Boston was lifted, he went out to investigate. That is when he found the bloody suspect.
The boat owner shared his incredible story with CNN's Ed Harding. Click on the video player on this page to watch the emotional interview.
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