The suicide bomber blamed for blowing up a busload of Israeli visitors to Bulgaria Wednesday wore a baseball cap, plaid shorts and white socks before detonating the deadly blast.
The unidentified terrorist was also carrying a phony Michigan driver’s license when he killed six people — and himself — in the airport parking lot at the Bulgarian resort of Burgas.
A source told the Daily News that the bomber was not a suspected Al Qaeda fighter released from Guantanamo Bay in 2004, contradicting earlier reports in the Bulgarian media.
The bomb went off in the luggage compartment of the bus as the bogus tourist mingled with the crowd that had just arrived on a charter flight from Tel Aviv.
In addition to the dead, dozens were injured by the hidden explosives.
Authorities were hoping that DNA could help identify the bomber, who arrived in Bulgaria less than a week before the attack.
Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov said officials were investigating whether the terrorist “had logistical support on Bulgarian territory.”
Tsvetanov declined further comment.
A check by U.S. officials determined there was nobody in the Michigan Department of Motor Vehicle database matching the name on the license carried by the bomber, officials said.
What name was on the license?
Five Israelis, the bus driver and the bomber were killed in the horrific daytime blast. Security video captured the suspected bomber nearly an hour before the Wednesday attack.
The tour group included 154 people — eight of them children.
Thirty-three injured Israelis were brought home by military plane for additional medical treatment. The Bulgarian government agreed to fly 100 uninjured tourists home after they opted to end their vacations.