The boat where Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was discovered has likely seen its last sail for some time, according to a newly released photo of the vessel that shows a bloodied, bullet-ridden port side.
The damage has undoubtedly devastated the boat's owner, 66-year-old David Henneberry, whose adoration for the rare 21-foot Seahawk boat is widely known among family and friends.
Tsarnaev, who was pulled from the boat after a two-hour standoff with police, was shot in his head, neck, legs and hands, according to federal authorities.
Henneberry has been deemed a hero by local and national authorities after he inadvertently discovered Tsarnaev Friday evening. The Massachusetts governor's order for residents to stay inside during a manhunt for the suspect had just been lifted and Henneberry stepped outside for a smoke.