CCTV 'shows two jihadis wearing single black gloves to hide triggers for suicide vests' in attacks that left 34 dead

A major manhunt is underway for an ISIS suspect in a white coat and black hat who fled Brussels Airport after two explosions ripped through the terminal this morning, killing 14 people and injuring dozens of others. 
He was seen pushing a luggage trolley with two men wearing black gloves on their left hands, which security sources say would have hidden the triggers for their explosive vests.
The trio were apparently captured on CCTV in the minutes before 14 people died and dozens more were maimed in the check-in area.
Belgian media said the two men on the left had blown themselves up and the third suspect, wearing a hat, is believed to have left a nail bomb and fled, according to De Standaard. 
It is not known if the fugitive in white then sped to Maelbeek station to carry out the blast that killed 20 people in a subway train just 79 minutes later.
It came as ISIS claimed responsibility for the massacres, which have killed 34 in total and injured close to 200 others. 
Armed police have already arrested two men in the city MailOnline revealed early that security services already had CCTV of one of the Brussels airport bombers including the moment he detonated his suicide belt.
Every space in the city's airport is covered by four CCTV cameras, including the departures hall where at least 14 were killed.
Maelbeek station's surveillance network is also being used to pinpoint the moment that 20 people were murdered 79 minutes later.
The Belgian Foreign Ministry has confirmed they believe some of the terrorists involved are 'still at large'.
Minutes later two suspects were held at gunpoint at Brussels North railway a mile from Maelbeek subway.