Who are the remaining three from Saudi Arabia’s ‘Most Wanted 10’?

The remaining three wanted fugitives are Matea Salem al-Sayari and bothers Abdullah and Majed Zayed al-Shehri. (Supplied)

After ISIS extremists Tayea Salem al-Sayari and Talal Samran al-Saadi were killed in Riyadh on Saturday, reducing Saudi Arabia’s “Most Wanted 10” list was reduced to three remaining fugitives.

Al-Sayari and al-Saadi were killed during a raid at their hideaway house in Riyadh’s al-Yasmeen neighborhood on Saturday after being tracked down by Saudi security forces.

Al-Sayari was said to have designed the explosive belts and other devices that were used in the attack on the Prophet’s Mosque in July 2016 as well as the attack on a mosque used by Saudi special forces in the southern Saudi city of Abha a month later.

The remaining three wanted fugitives are Sayari’s brother Matea Salem al-Sayari, Abdullah Zayed al-Shehri and his brother Majed Zayed al-Shehri.

Saudi authorities are placing a SAR 1 mln reward for anyone who has credible information on the three while the reward is raised to SAR 5 mln if any information leads to their capture.


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Last Update: Wednesday, 20 May 2020 KSA 09:49 - GMT 06:49