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Watertown (MA) Chief Ed Deveau says the manhunt following the Boston Marathon bombings will cost the police department roughly $250,000 in overtime and equipment charges, though he cautioned the final numbers “are not even close to being completed yet.”

“Based on our involvement in the Boston bombings and then with everything coming out to Watertown, we’ve created a credible amount of increased monies in overtime and equipment,” Deveau said. “We’re working with FEMA and MEMA to try and get those costs covered.”

Read more at The Boston Globe.

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