Security Forces Release Sketch of Suspected Tripoli Bomberإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
The Internal Security Forces published on Tuesday an illustration of a suspect linked to the twin bombings in the northern city of Tripoli on Friday.
It also requested that citizens inform the concerned authorities of any information they may have of the suspect.
They should call an ISF Intelligence Bureau hotline of 1788 or the regular line of 01/624100 if they have any information on the suspect.
According to the law, the identity of citizens who provide information will remain anonymous.
Al-Joumhouria newspaper reported on Tuesday that Sheikh Ahmed al-Gharib, the main suspect in the twin bombings that targeted Tripoli, confessed that he is involved in the blasts that killed 45 people and wounded at least 800 others.
The report said that Gharib confessed to his prior knowledge of the blasts that targeted Sunni mosques in Tripoli, adding that a Syrian side is behind them.
Caretaker Interior Minister Marwan Charbel however said in comments published in As Safir newspaper that “the person detained over the Tripoli blasts hasn't confessed to anything yet.”
The blasts targeted the Taqwa and al-Salam mosques in Tripoli on Friday as worshipers were still performing weekly prayers.