Jaclyn Reiss
September 13, 2013

Editor’s note: No word if calendars will include photos of terrified residents with hands over heads as militarized cops went house-to-house.

The Watertown Police Foundation is asking residents to submit photos for a 2014 calendar based on images from the dramatic April 19 manhunt that culminated in the capture of alleged Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

The calendars will sell for about $10, and customers can pre-order them online. The deadline to submit photos for the calendar is Sept. 30.

Officials said the calendars will be delivered no later than Dec. 20.

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