PHOTO/VIDEO St. Petersburg Metro explosion: CCTV image of suspect after at least 10 killed by shrapnel bomb: Guess who?!

Another holy man.

A CCTV image of the alleged Saint Petersburg “briefcase” bomber has been released after at least 10 people were confirmed to have been killed in the Metro attack.

Another 39 injured people remain in hospital following the blast on the Russian city’s subway network on Monday afternoon that is reported to have involved a shrapnel-filled device.

Pictures posted on social media show the door of a Metro train that had been blown out in the blast. Other images showed passengers lying on the ground of a station platform.

Initial reports suggested there had been two explosions, but it was later confirmed that there was a single blast on one train between two stations. The home made device was thought to be equivalent to 200 grams of TNT and was placed on the carriage.

Victims were seen being taken out into Sennya Square, a busy intersection station where three of St Petersburg’s five metro lines intersect.

 Russia’s President Putin – who was meeting his Belarusian counterpart Lukashenko in St Petersburg today – has expressed his condolences after the “possible terror attack”. Stay with us for the latest updates.

Horrific! Religion of peace, yeah right!

PHOTO/VIDEO St. Petersburg Metro explosion: CCTV image of suspect after at least 10 killed by shrapnel bomb: Guess who?!