BRUSSELS - Two or three days after the bloody attacks on November 13 in Paris was one of the alleged offenders, the Belgian Salah Abdeslam, in a building in Brussels held by the intelligence into the holes. Abdeslam there probably escaped by hiding in a cupboard during a move. This reported the French-speaking Belgian broadcaster RTBF on Wednesday.
Sources close to the investigation, according to the state broadcaster which Abdeslam, returned from Paris, was in a building in Brussels Molenbeek. Monday November 16 when it was raided, showed the 26-year-old suspect untraceable. " The most logical explanation for his disappearance is that his accomplices used a coming and going of movers and furniture and have it in a piece of furniture from the building smuggled ", according to the RTBF sources.
The raid was for procedural reasons until Monday afternoon. Judicial search warrant would have come very late. Abdeslam was asked which escaped Monday.