After the deadly Paris attacks, Belgium has issued an international arrest warrant for a 'dangerous' man seen driving with suspect Salah Abdeslam two days before the massacre in the French capital.
According to a Daily mail
report, Mohamed Abrini, 30, was filmed along with Abdeslam at a petrol station in Ressons, France on the motorway to Paris, in the Renault Clio which was later used in the attacks.
The notice stated Abrini was 'dangerous and probably armed' and released a series of pictures of him taken at the petrol station.
In a statement, Belgium's federal prosecutor said: "Two days before the Paris attacks, on 11 November around 19.00pm, Salah Abdeslam was filmed in a gas station in Ressons... together with a person who has been identified as Mohamed Abrini, born 27 December 1984.
"The latter was driving the Renault Clio used two days later for committing the attacks.
"The investigating judge has issued an European and international arrest warrant against Mohamed Abrini. He is actively tracked down by Belgian and French police services."