Belgian prosecutors trust they might have found a Brussels condo where one of the Paris jihadists stowed away after the 13 November assaults.
In a condo in the Schaerbeek area police discovered hints of explosives, and a unique mark of criminal Salah Abdeslam.
The condo had been leased in a false name, that may have been utilized by a man as of now as a part of care.
Islamic State (IS) suicide planes murdered 130 individuals in Paris in November.
The Belgian government prosecutor’s office said that hints of the unstable TATP and three handcrafted belts that may be utilized to transport explosives were found in the strike on 10 December in Rue Berge.
Police are as yet looking for Mr Abdeslam, 26. They trust he partook in the assaults before reaching companions in Belgium to drive him back over the outskirt to Brussels. A French national, he was conceived in Brussels.
He is accepted to have leased a VW Polo auto in Belgium, which was later found close to the Bataclan show lobby in Paris where 89 individuals were executed. Be that as it may, he additionally leased a Renault Clio and held two inn rooms outside Paris before the assaults.
His exact part in the assaults themselves is indistinct, despite the fact that his sibling Brahim exploded himself.
The suspected instigator was Abdelhamid Abaaoud, a Belgian national. He and his cousin Hasna Aitboulahcen passed on in a savage firearm fight five days after the assaults, when police attacked a level in Paris where they were covering up, vigorously equipped.
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