Bulgaria releases images of airport bomber's accomplice

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August 16, 2012 17:36

 
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The Bulgarian Interior Ministry on Thursday released images of a second man linked to a July 18 suicide bombing in Burgas, Bulgaria that killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver. The images were accompanied by a request to the general public for information on the suspected terrorist.

The Bulgarian ministry said that there was evidence the man, who may have used a number of aliases during the planning of the attack, was using a false driving license from Michigan, US. The ministry provided front and back photos of the license, which was registered to "Ralph William Rico" from Grand Rapids, Michigan. The ministry also released a computer-generated portrait of the man.

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