Several Arrests Made in Belgium in Connection to Brussels Attacks
(ABC News) – Several arrests have been made in Belgium in relation to last month’s attacks in Brussels, authorities confirmed to ABC News.
The Belgian federal prosecutor would not confirm the number of arrests or the names of the individuals arrested.
The coordinated bombings on March 22 at the Brussels airport and a subway station in downtown Brussels killed 35 people and injured more than 300.
These arrests come one day after Belgian police asked for the public’s help in finding the third man pictured alongside the two suicide bombers from the airport. This man, who has not been identified, was shown on camera fleeing the airport after the attacks. Police have not confirmed if today’s arrests are connected to that man.