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an organized search (by police) for a person (charged with a crime)

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Tsarnaev's 26-year-old brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed Thursday night in a wild showdown with law-enforcement officers that left one Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer dead and precipitated the massive manhunt.
Check out the photos below to see what it was like to be a Watertown resident during the Boston Marathon bomber manhunt on Friday:
POLICE have refused to disclose the costs of the manhunt for Raoul Moat.
But police refused to provide the information, saying the resources spent preparing it would not be in the public interest, despite having stated that requests relating to the costs of the manhunt should be answered.
In the aftermath, Home Office Minister James Brokenshire pledged his department would help Northumbria with the cost of the "exceptional" manhunt.
Pro-Tect broke its licence when its late director of operations Peter Boatman, decided to take the X12 Tasers, which were still being tested by Government scientists, to police involved in the Moat manhunt, a Commons Home Affairs Select Committee meeting was told.
PHOTO By signing the Declaration of Independence, 56 men committed treason against the crown, making them the objects of manhunts.
About 40 detectives are working on a manhunt to stop the fire raising duo, while a pounds 16,000 reward for information has been put up by victims.