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Messages and gifts of thanks and in remembrance of slain MIT police officer Sean A. Collier were displayed at the lobby of MIT Police headquarters.




Messages and gifts of thanks and in remembrance of slain MIT police officer Sean A. Collier were displayed at the lobby of MIT Police headquarters.




MIT police officer Kevin O’Connor paid tribute to fellow officer Sean Collier in front of Building 32 on Friday, April 19, 2013. Collier was killed near this location the previous night by the Marathon bombing suspects.




A steady stream of visitors paid tribute to MIT police officer Sean Collier in front of Building 32 on Saturday April 20. Collier was slain near this location on April 18 in his police cruiser.




A sign for Officer Collier adorns the window of the MIT Police Headquarters on Vassar Street.




Hackers placed the MIT Police badge on both the shoulder and chest of The Alchemist on April 22, 2013 in memory of Sean Collier.




A makeshift memorial to MIT Police Officer Sean Collier was erected by a steady stream of visitors in front of Building 32 on Friday, April 19, 2013.




A large sign from the women of McCormick Hall joins many others at MIT Police Headquarters in thanking and remembering Officer Collier.




The Green Building at MIT was lit in tribute to MIT police officer Sean Collier on the night of April 19, 2013.




Hackers hung a banner inside Lobby 7 in memory of fallen MIT police officer Sean Collier.



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