Scotsman suspected in Mabhouh hit

Hamas arch-terrorist's assassin identified via camera footage.

Mabhouh 311 AP (photo credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Mabhouh 311 AP
(photo credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Dubai police announced Sunday they had identified another suspect in the assassination of Hamas arch-terrorist Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, Army Radio reported.
The suspect, a 62-year-old Scottish citizen who was apparently traveling on his own passport, was reportedly identified by Dubai police from security camera footage.
Police suspect the man is hiding out in Western Europe.
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Earlier this month, five additional suspects were reportedly identified in connection with the Mabhouh assassination. Police chief Lt.-Gen. Dhahi Khalfan Tamim reiterated the accusation that the Mossad was behind the operation.
The Wall Street Journal quoted Interpol Secretary-General Ronald K. Noble as saying, “That’s what is most extraordinary, the depth, thoroughness and openness of the Dubai police’s investigation of an assassination that took months to plan, but only hours to execute.”
The suspects held passports from Australia, Britain and France, and the New Zealand authorities are checking whether one of their country’s passports was used. Dubai police previously announced that 27 suspects used British, Irish, Australian, French and German passports.