WATCH: Belgium releases video footage of alleged Jewish Museum shooter

Police release security footage showing man with large weapon shooting at victims at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, leaving four dead.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 25, 2014 18:51
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Belgian shooter. (photo credit: YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT)

 
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Belgian police released on Sunday security footage of a man who is suspected of killing four people at the Jewish museum in Brussels on Saturday.

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In addition, new information was released about the fourth victim. AFP reported that Joel Rubinfeld, head of the Belgian League against anti-Semitism, said that the fourth victim was in his early 20s and worked as a receptionist at the museum.

The Foreign Ministry confirmed Sunday that two of the four fatalities from the shooting were an Israeli couple from Tel Aviv.

Two Israeli tourists killed during the attack as well and were named as Tel Aviv residents Emanuel (54) and Miriam (53) Riva.



An additional fatality was a volunteer at the Jewish Museum of Belgium, according to an unconfirmed report Saturday night on the news site HLN.be, the online edition of the Het Laatste Nieuws daily.



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