Brussels Terror Attack: Surveillance Shows Three Men Believed to Be ISIS Bombers at Airport
It is believed that two of the men died as part of suicide attacks, while the third remains at large.
Security cameras at the Brussels Airport captured images of three alleged ISIS attackers that are believed to be responsible for the deadly explosions at the airport.
The surveillance footage shows the three men standing in a line together while pushing carts with black bags on them. Two of the three men dressed in black jackets and a black glove on their left hands. The third suspect is wearing a lighter jacket with a hat and no gloves on.
At least 14 people were killed at the explosions at the airport, with at least another 20 dying after another explosion at a subway station on Tuesday morning. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks, which came four days after police in Brussels captured a man believed to be involved in the Paris terrorism attack.
As the New York Daily News reports, Belgian federal prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw said the two men in black likely died as part of a suicide attack. The third man is believed to still be at large after his bomb did not detonate. Police later deactivated that explosive.
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