Belgium shows new images of ‘man in white,’ 3rd suspect in Brussels bombings
Police say that the man strolled out of the airport just before the blasts, having left a large bag behind.
Surveillance video then shows him going “past the Sheraton, turn[ing] right onto the parking lot, and out of the airport site.”
The suspect left the airport at 8:50 am local time, and by 9:50 am his car had disappeared at a rue du Noyer intersection in central Brussels.
The man got rid of his jacket, and police are urging the public to come forward it is found.
Brussels was hit by twin suicide bombings at its Zaventem airport and a metro blast in the city center on March 22. A total of 35 people were killed and hundreds of others were wounded in the attacks. The metro station was not far from the building housing the EU Commission and the Council of the European Union, as well as NATO’s headquarters.