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Slideshow: Sean Collier returns home to Wilmington

Officer brought to town funeral home as officers, citizens line streets.
MIT Police arrive for a vigil for slain fellow officer Sean Collier at the Town Common in Wilmington, Mass.
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MIT Police arrive for a vigil for slain fellow officer Sean Collier at the Town Common in Wilmington, Mass.
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Photo: Reuters/Dominick Reuter
MIT Police arrive for a vigil for slain fellow officer Sean Collier at the Town Common in Wilmington, Mass.
Caption:
MIT Police arrive for a vigil for slain fellow officer Sean Collier at the Town Common in Wilmington, Mass.
Credits:
Photo: Reuters/Dominick Reuter
MIT Police arrive for a vigil for slain fellow officer Sean Collier at the Town Common in Wilmington, Mass.
Caption:
MIT Police arrive for a vigil for slain fellow officer Sean Collier at the Town Common in Wilmington, Mass.
Credits:
Photo: Reuters/Dominick Reuter
A hearse transporting MIT Police Officer Sean Collier passes down Church Street near the Town Common in Wilmington, Mass.
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A hearse transporting MIT Police Officer Sean Collier passes down Church Street near the Town Common in Wilmington, Mass.
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Photo: Reuters/Dominick Reuter
Lisa Marriott and her son, Joseph, hold a sign and candles during the vigil for Collier.
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Lisa Marriott and her son, Joseph, hold a sign and candles during the vigil for Collier.
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Photo: Reuters/Dominick Reuter
A woman hugs an MIT Police officer after a vigil.
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A woman hugs an MIT Police officer after a vigil.
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Photo: Reuters/Dominick Reuter
MIT Police Sergeant Cheryl Vossmer talks with students from the MIT-EMS, who were first to respond to the fatal shooting.
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MIT Police Sergeant Cheryl Vossmer talks with students from the MIT-EMS, who were first to respond to the fatal shooting.
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Photo: Reuters/Dominick Reuter

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