Police hunt for second man in connection with ‘lone wolf jihadi’ attack at Jewish Museum

POLICE are seeking a second man in connection with the murders of four people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, it emerged today.

He was caught on CCTV walking down a street with Mehdi Nemmouche, the prime suspect in the case.

Nemmouche, a 29-year-old Frenchman, has so far been portrayed as a ‘lone wolf jihadi’ who allegedly carried out the massacre last May.

But, as he waits for his trial on remand while pleading his innocence, officers released the new colour video of a man who may well have been an accomplice.

It raises the possibility of Nemmouche being part of a terrorist cell dedicated to the killing of Jewish people.

“We need to identify this man, and question him as soon as possible,” said a Brussels police source.

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