Prosecutors say Brussels attacks suspect remains on the loose

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BRUSSELS (AP) — The Belgian prosecutor says two suspects in the bombings at the Brussels airport have still not yet been identified — one of them is a dead suicide bomber and the other is still on the loose.

Prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw, speaking about a surveillance photo showing three airport suspects, outlined what is known about them at a news conference Wednesday, March 23, 2016.

Van Leeuw says the culprit in the middle, one of the two suicide bombers, was Ibrahim El Bakraoui, a 29-year-old Belgian born in Brussels. He said he was identified based on a fingerprint.

He says the second suicide bomber, on the left in the picture, is not yet identified.

The third suspect, who wore a pale coat and a dark hat in the right side of the picture, is also not yet identified and is being sought by police.

That suspect reportedly took a flight and left behind a big bag at the airport before the two explosions. Van Leeuw says that bag turned out to have the heaviest load of explosives of all and blew up later when the bomb squad was there due to the instability of the explosives. Van Leeuw says fortunately no one was injured.

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