Update at 11:45 a.m.
Police had originally reported that they were looking for an SUV that the suspect may have been driving, but they have since located that in Boston. The suspect was not in the vehicle, and the search remains ongoing.
Police in Norwalk boarded an Acela train Friday morning at the South Norwalk train station, hours after authorities in Boston—one terminus for the Amtrak line that runs through Norwalk—search for the second suspect in Monday's marathon bombing. Click here for real-time updates on the search.
An Amtrak Acela train was stopped in East Norwalk shortly before 9 a.m. Members of Norwalk Police Emergency Services walked through the train without locating the suspect. The train had previously stopped in Providence, RI, and New Haven and New London. An Acela train that originated in Boston at 6:05 a.m. had been scheduled to come through Norwalk around the time that police boarded the train.
MTA reports that the upper New Haven Metro-North Railroad line is seeing delays of up to 45 minutes due to the police activity. The Hour reports that police after giving the all-clear in Norwalk headed for Darien train station.