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The brother of a key suspect in last week’s Paris terror attacks has spoken out, urging Salah Abdeslam to turn himself in.

“We are a family. We are thinking of him. We are wondering where he is,” said Mohamed Abdeslam.

Police today named Salah as the suspected “logistics coordinator” in Friday’s devastating attacks that left 129 dead and hundreds more injured.

Authorities reportedly pulled him over on the French-Belgian border in the wake of the attacks, but let him go.

Mohamed said his brother usually dressed in “normal clothes, jeans, a polo, a jacket. Nothing that would make you think he was a radical,” he said.

“The best is for him to turn himself in so justice can shed complete light, because I am reminding you, Salah still hasn’t been questioned by police. So he is still presumed innocent.”

Police, however, have been conducting raids of a Belgian neighborhood as the manhunt for Salah expands internationally. 

They warn that Salah remains at large, and is dangerous and armed.

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