Five Mumbai terrorists may have escaped captureDecember 1st, 2008 - 7:06 pm ICT by ANI
Mumbai, Dec.1 (ANI): At least five terrorist gunmen have evaded capture in Mumbai and could make a secondary strike on the city, reports Fox News.
Indian security forces are officially claiming that ten militants nine of whom were killed and one caught alive were behind a coordinated terror attack that claimed nearly 200 lives.
However, the hijacked Indian fishing boat used by the gunmen to approach Mumbai, the crew of which were also slaughtered, had equipment for 15 men on board when it was discovered adrift off the city shore suggesting that several gunmen could still be at large.
“Fifteen jackets were found, 15 toothbrushes even,” one police source said. “That more men were involved, is possible.” (ANI)
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