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Image of suspected accomplice Photo: AFP
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Bulgaria: Photo of 2nd bombing suspect released

Photo from fake driver's license appears to confirm suspicions Burgas bomber wasn't working alone

Associated Press
Published: 08.16.12, 17:27 / Israel News

Bulgarian authorities have released a computer-generated image of a suspected accomplice of a man who killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian driver in a bus bombing a month ago.

 

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The Interior Ministry said Thursday that "there is data that the man is related to the terrorist attack at the airport."

 

Fake driver's license (Photo: AFP)
Fake driver's license (Photo: AFP)

 

The image of a man with short dark hair is accompanied by a photo from a fake driver's license, in which the man appears to be wearing a wig.

 

Photo of suspected accomplice (Photo: AFP)
Photo of suspected accomplice (Photo: AFP)

 

The ministry didn't provide any further details, but the photo appears to confirm suspicions the bomber wasn't working alone.

 

Earlier this month Bulgaria published a composite photo of the suicide bomber himself. The attacker’s identity has remained a mystery.

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran of orchestrating the attack in Burgas.

 

"All the signs are pointing to Iran," he told a press conference shortly after the attack. "The murderous Iranian terror continues to target innocent people. Iranian terror is spreading worldwide... Israel will react to it with force."

 

 

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