A man who investigators believe is the 26-year-old fugitive misfired his AK-47 after aiming the assault rifle at the head of a young woman outside the café, the Mail reported.
The left side shows Abdeslam in a normal outfit and without any accessories, while the right side shows him donning a dark wig and glasses. He confessed he was the getaway driver in a Seat Leon – along with his brother Ibrahim and another French suspect – but denied being one of the shooters, insisting his role in the attack was simply make French contacts on behalf of the gang. She added that they hope Salah will surrender after hearing about the death of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged mastermind of the attacks that killed at least 129 people and injured about 350 others.
Belgian police posted a video message, warning the public that Abdeslam is unsafe, and likely armed.
A friend, who wished to remain anonymous, said: “I met Salah on Tuesday night”. His current whereabouts are not clear.
They report that he may be using the name Yassine Baghli to pass through borders undetected.
Although Van Der Sypt admitted the Belgian authorities knew the brothers were radicalized and capable of joining ISIL, he said warning French authorities would probably not have made a difference.
Pictures of victims are placed behind candles outside the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, Sunday, November 15, 2015. “This could have consequences for his family”, implying that he feared members of Isis would take revenge.
Police said Abdeslam is believed to be one of the gunmen who fired indiscriminately at a series of restaurants and cafes during the Friday night massacre that in all claimed 130 lives.
“It is possible he panicked or chickened out of killing himself”, he said.
“It is possible that he was disgusted by what he had been involved in or that his explosive suicide belt failed to detonate”.