Police released a sketch Sunday of a man they said was a suspect in the car bombing of a U.S.-run military building in which seven people were killed. The dead included a former Spokane man and four other Americans.
Three Islamic militant groups claimed responsibility for the Nov. 13 attack, but none of the claims has been verified.
A witness told authorities he saw two “suspicious” men inside a pickup truck.
He told authorities he only got a good look at one of the truck’s occupants, a well-built, darkhaired man in his 40s.
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