Interpol Releases Images of Uganda Bombers From Heads Found at the Scene
Interpol released these images of the suspected Ugandan World Cup bombers.
The reconstructions were created from two heads found at the two bombings.
The BBC reported:
Images of two men police believe carried out deadly bombings in Uganda a week ago have been released.
Interpol is circulating reconstructions of what the two might have looked like.
Police found two unidentified heads in the wake of the Kampala bombings that killed at least 73 people, and believe the pair were suicide attackers.
At least 73 people died at a rugby club and a restaurant during the World Cup final. Somali Islamist group al-Shabab has said it was behind the blasts.