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While you were sleeping: Boston bomber manhunt developments

Dzhokhar-Tsarnaev-277×177(CNN) — Two men suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings that killed three people may have terrorized the area a second time overnight. The latest developments:

– The man known as suspect No. 1 in the bombings was shot and killed by officers in an exchange of gunfire, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick said.

– Several sources tell CNN that the dead suspect has been identified as Tamerlan Tsarnaev, age 26.

– Suspect No. 2 is at large in the Boston suburb of Watertown, where dozens of officers from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies have fanned out to track him down.

– The suspect at large is Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, age 19, several sources told CNN.

– Police are going door-to-door to look for him.

– The suspects were brothers, a terrorism expert briefed on the investigation said.

– The suspects are originally from the Russian Caucasus and had moved to Kazakhstan at a young age before coming to the United States several years ago, according to a source briefed on the investigation.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev – high school grad– The violence began late Thursday night when a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer was shot and killed when he responded to a disturbance on campus. The slain officer was identified as Sean Collier, 26, of Somerville, Massachusetts, law enforcement officials said.

– Another policeman, transit officer Richard H. Donohue Jr., was shot and wounded overnight. The 33-year-old is a three-year veteran of the force, a transit police spokesman said Friday.

– Within an hour, police were called to respond to a carjacking, which led them on a chase of the two suspects through Watertown.

– The fleeing men allegedly used explosives against police as they were being chased.

– Police have warned Watertown residents to lock their homes and stay away from windows and doors.

CNN’s Joe Sterling contributed to this report.