Manhunt on for Belgian bomb maker; 1 arrested in overnight raids

BRUSSELS (FOX News) - Belgian police were zeroing in on the bomb maker for the Brussels terror cell believed to be behind Tuesday morning's attacks and the deadly Paris attacks last November, discovering stashes of explosives and rounding up at least one suspect.   

Police raided multiple locations in Brussels Tuesday and Wednesday and continued their dragnet for the mystery man who appeared with two suicide bombers in a surveillance photo taken moments before explosions ripped through Zaventem Airport Tuesday, killing at least 11 in the first of twin attacks that shook the Belgian capital.

PHOTOS: Scenes from Brussels following terrorist bombings

Police also made an arrest in connection with the terror attacks, which killed at least 31 and injured as many as 270, but later dismissed reports that it was the man seen in the photo with the two bombers. That unidentified man appeared in the photo wearing a possible disguise and walking abreast of two men pushing carts suspected to be loaded with suitcase bombs.

Authorities would not say if the man in the photo is wanted bomb maker Najim Laachraoui, who is suspected of equipping the terrorists who struck in Paris in November and may have played a role in Tuesday's bombings.

 

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