Belgian police have issued videos and a description of the man they are looking for in connection with the deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, in hopes that someone will recognize him.
The man is of medium build and athletic, Belgium's federal police agency reported on its website. He was wearing a dark baseball cap and a light blue shirt at the time of the shooting on Saturday afternoon, along with dark pants and shoes. He was carrying two bags.
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The rifle was a Kalashnikov with a folding butt, police said. The suspect fled on foot, according to their statement.
Meanwhile, the death toll from the attack rose to four on Sunday, after a government official said a man who was critically injured died from his wounds. The official asked not to be identified because the news had not yet been officially announced.
Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo called his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, on Sunday to brief him on the details of the investigation into the deadly shooting.
Two of the fatalities were Israeli citizens, a couple in their 50s from Tel Aviv. The third fatality was a French national who volunteered at the museum. A fourth victim, a Belgian citizen in his 20s employed by the museum, was critically wounded, and died of his wounds on Sunday.