Third Paris Suspect At Large, New Surveillance Footage Reveals
As the investigation continues into who was responsible last week's deadly attacks in Paris, new surveillance footage obtained by the AP reveals a third Paris attack suspect may be at large. The video appears to show a team of three suspects standing outside of a Paris cafe before they begin shooting innocent bystanders at the sidewalk bar on La Fontaine au Roi street. Previously, it was believed that only two shooters were at the restaurant — but this new information means that French authorities are actively searching for a third fugitive.
Since Friday's attacks, French police have been looking for Salah Abdeslam, who is the only suspect police have identified and issued a warrant for. Today, there is another unidentified man that police are looking for. This new surveillance video obtained by the AP tonight shows yet another man dressed in black with guns, adding a third suspect to the list. On Friday, seven attackers were killed after the Nov. 13 attacks which claimed over 130 victims, wounded 350, and led to 99 critical injuries.
Salah Abdeslam's brother Mohammed came forward today asking him to turn himself in:
Of course I call on him to turn himself over to the police. The best would be for him to give himself up so that justice can shed all the light on this.
According to reports, the men were renting a place in suburban Paris.
This story is developing...