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This undated file photo provided by the Belgian Federal Police shows 26-year old Salah Abdeslam, who is wanted by police in connection with recent terror attacks in Paris. Belgian prosecutors said Friday March 18, 2016 that fingerprints of Paris attacks fugitive Salah Abdeslam found in Brussels apartment that was raided earlier this week. (Belgian Federal Police via AP)

The fugitive who evaded several close calls with police until he was caught Friday in the neighborhood where he grew up remains perhaps the biggest mystery among the cohort of men who brazenly attacked Paris cafes and restaurants, a noted concert hall and France’s main sports stadium on Nov. 13, killing 130 people.

He is thought to have served as the logistics man, renting rooms, shopping for detonators and driving at least one of the killers from Brussels to Paris. It remains unclear whether he was meant to become an attacker himself, as a suicide bomber, and whether he was a chameleon or a coward.