The 31-year-old, wanted for his role in last November’s
attacks in Paris, is thought to be the man captured on
CCTV alongside Belgian brothers Ibrahim and Khalid El
Bakraoui, according to the Belgian newspaper Sudpresse.
After the two bombers had successfully detonated their
bombs, Abrini was caught fleeing the scene, wearing beige
summer clothes and a blue hat, having failed to set his own
Abrini, pictured, is thought to have played a major role in
organising this week’s terror attacks in Brussels, which
killed 31 people and injured hundreds more. The Belgian of
Moroccan origin is known to have travelled to the UK last
year, visiting Birmingham where he took photographs of an
unidentified football stadium while his Islamic State cell
began planning the attacks in France.