The city of Indianapolis could play a pivotal role in solving the Boston Marathon explosions.
A forensic video lab housed at the University of Indianapolis is the only facility in the world with the capacity and the capability to analyze massive amounts of video in a short time span.
Officials say that nobody could have gotten in or out of there without it being captured on some video.
Two years ago, the Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association lab at U of I analyzed more than 1,600 hours of video amassed after just three hours of rioting in Vancouver, Canada, after a hockey game.
That led to the criminal prosecutions of nearly 700 people,
Local officials say that federal investigators have already made contact.