The International Police Agency, Interpol, managed to identify suspect number 27, believed to be involved in the assassination of Hamas leader, Mahmoud Al Madbouh, in his hotel room in Dubai in January. The Times of London reported that the suspect used the alias Joshua Aaron Krycer. He appears to be in his late 20s or early 30s. His name is the latest addition to the list of suspects presented by the Interpol.
The Times said that the real Joshua Aaron moved from Australia to Israel three years ago. He is the fourth Australian to be added to the list.
The majority of the suspects are from Europe and hold dual European and Israeli citizenships.
On Monday, the Interpol issued arrest notices targeting 16 additional suspects in the assassination.
The new names are believed for members of the second team of assassins. The first team consists of 11 suspects; all were added to the Interpolâ€™s most wanted list.
They were tagged with what is known as â€śRed Noticesâ€ť that help the police identify and locate the suspects with a view to their arrest and extradition.
The Red Notice is not considered an international arrest warrant, but many countries regard it as a basis for â€śprovisional arrestâ€ť.
It is worth mentioning that three Palestinians were arrested for their connection to the assassination of the Hamas leader.
Al Madbouh was suffocated to death, likely smothered with a pillow, in his hotel room in Dubai on January 20. The Authorities is Dubai said the Israeli Mossad is connected to the assassination.