French and Belgian police are on the hunt for a newly identified suspect in the November Paris attacks. Related to last week's capture of Salah Abdeslam, another terrorist linked to the attacks, authorities are appealing to the public to help identify and find 24-year-old Najim Laachraoui.
Using an alias, he was believed to have been in contact with the ringleader of the November attacks and to have given him directives. He also used the alias to rent one of the places used by the plotters in southern Belgium, and his DNA was also found there. Authorities are considering him dangerous and urging the public not to approach.
Police are on high alert, as the recent raids and capture shed more light on what authorities believe may be a vast network of ISIS terrorists. The raids also raise concerns of future attacks in Europe.
Abdeslam, captured last week, has been charged with participation in a terrorist murder and taking part in the activities of a terrorist organization. He is currently fighting extradition to France.