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Trail of Dubai hit squad suspects

Suspects' travel routes
Dubai police have identified flights taken by 22 people suspected of taking part in the operation to kill Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.
Routes taken on the 18th of January
Eight suspects fly to Dubai from Zurich and six from Rome on four different flights - two days ahead of the killing.
Routes taken on the 19th of January
As others arrive from Paris and Frankfurt, five of the Zurich suspects leave Dubai for Hong Kong, Doha and Zurich.
Routes taken on the 20th of January
Mahmoud al-Mabhouh is found dead in his hotel room. All remaining suspects leave Dubai on seven different flights.
Routes taken on the 21st of January
Suspect going under name of Joshua Daniel Bruce leaves Hong Kong for Bangkok.
Routes taken on the 22nd of January
Two suspects travelling on fake British and Australian suspects return to Rome from Hong Kong.
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The Dubai police investigating the killing of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh has released details of flights and routes taken by 22 people suspected of being involved in the operation phase of the murder.

Use the Back and Next buttons to follow the trail of the suspects as they enter and leave Dubai before and after the killing on 20 January.

All the suspects are believed to have been using fake passports from Europe or Australia.

The names and nationalities they were they were travelling under were:

1: Evan Dennings (Ireland); 2:Eric Rassineux (France); 3: Joshua Daniel Bruce (Australia); 4: David Bernard LaPierre (France); 5: Chester Halvey (Ireland); 6: Ivy Brinton (Ireland); 7: Peter Elvinger (France); 8: Anna Shauna Clasby (Ireland); 9: Philip Carr (UK); 10: Adam Marcus Korman (Australia); 11: David Marc Schnur (UK); 12: Jonathan Louis Graham (UK); 13: Melvyn Adam Mildiner (UK); 14: Stephen Daniel Hodes (UK); 15: Gail Folliard (Ireland); 16: Kevin Daverson (Ireland); 17: Michael Laurence Barney (UK); 18: James Leonard Clarke (UK); 19: Stephen Keith Drake (UK); 20: Paul John Keely (UK); 21: Michael Bodenheimer (Germany); 22: Melanie Heard (France)

Four others are also wanted by police for their involvement in other aspects of the preparation of the operation: Mark Daniel Sidar (UK), Gabriella Barney (UK), Niccole Sandra Mccabe (Australia), Roy Allan Cannon (UK)

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