Bulgaria Releases Likeness of Second Suspect Linked to Attack on Israelis

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

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.

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

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.

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

This is the second computer-generated image released by Bulgarian police. In the begining of August, police released an image of the suicide attacker involved in the bombing.

A computer-generated image of a second suspect in the bombing that killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver in Burgas, Bulgaria.
A computer-generated image released by Bulgarian police of the suicide bomber in the July 18, 2012 terror attack in Burgas.Credit: AP

Comments

SUBSCRIBERS JOIN THE CONVERSATION FASTER

Automatic approval of subscriber comments.

Subscribe today and save 40%

Already signed up? LOG IN

ICYMI

Yair Lapid.

Yair Lapid Is the Most Israeli of All

An El Al jet sits on the tarmac at John C. Munro International Airport in Hamilton, Thursday, in 2003.

El Al to Stop Flying to Toronto, Warsaw and Brussels

An anti-abortion protester holds a cross in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

Roe v. Wade: The Supreme Court Leaves a Barely United States

A young Zeschke during down time, while serving with the Wehrmacht in Scandinavia.

How a Spanish Beach Town Became a Haven for Nazis

Ayelet Shaked.

What's Ayelet Shaked's Next Move?

A Palestinian flag is taken down from a building by Israeli authorities after being put up by an advocacy group that promotes coexistence between Palestinians and Israelis, in Ramat Gan, Israel earlier this month

Israel-Palestine Confederation: A Response to Eric Yoffie