Paris attacks’ top suspect, mastermind visited the crime scenes later, after the assaults, the same night, says Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins on Tuesday.
Citing cell phone tracking data, Molins added Abdelhamid Abaaoud had traveled around central Paris after the attacks on November 13 that killed 129 innocent people and wounded 300 others at six different locations of the French capital.
Abaaoud’s cell phone tracking data reveals he had stopped in locations including Bataclan where he and other gunmen and suicide bombers launched several assaults.
It is also found he had spoken with Bilai Hadfi over the phone before he blew himself along with other two suicide bombers outside the soccer stadium.
Molins mentions Abaaound had traveled in a black car too the same night as his DNA was collected on an assault rifle and other objects in the vehicle.
The black car was abandoned in the suburb of Montreuil the same night.