Three Brussels bombers have been identified while police are pursuing the fourth attacker believed to be at large.
Belgian police have identified the three of the suicide bombers who struck Zaventem international airport and a subway in Brussels leaving more 34 people killed and scores injured. Police said that that they are looking for the fourth suspect who is still on the run.
Initial evedince from Belgian authorities shows brothers Ibrahim and Khalid el-Bakraoui carried out the suicide bombing attacks at Zaventem International Airport, and at Maelbeek metro station.
Another bomb-making expert Najim Laachraoui has also been identified by police.
Police have launched a manhunt for the fourth bomber seen on the CCTV footage from Zaventem’s departure hall wearing a hat and a white jacket. It’s believed his explosive-packed suitcase failed to detonate.
The three identified suspects behind Tuesday Brussels bombings are reportedly linked to the Paris attacks last November 2015.
The attacks have prompted intensified security measures elsewhere across Europe.