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Police issue wanted notice for suspect after Brussels attacks

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Police issued a wanted notice for a man suspected of involvement in Tuesday’s bomb attacks at Brussels airport that left at least 10 people dead.

Calling for information, they issued a photograph of a man, dressed in a white shirt and jacket and wearing a dark hat, as he pushed a luggage trolley through the airport.

In joint attacks on Tuesday, a second blast on a rush-hour train also killed a further 20 people.

Broadcasters RTL and RTBF reported anti-terrorist police were carrying out searches in the Brussels district of Schaerbeek and Jette.

Belgian media earlier carried pictures from airport security cameras showing two people in black and a third person wearing a hat and following just behind.

Reporting by Foo Yun Chee and Julia Fioretti, editing by Barbara Lewis

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