Heroic Syrian refugees ‘turn down £1,000 bribe and tie up most wanted terrorist

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This is the astonishing moment three Syrian refugees found one of the world’s most wanted terror suspects.

Jaber Albakr, 22, was named as the prime suspect by police in German over an alleged ISIS-backed plot to bomb an airport.

A SWAT team raided a flat in Chemnitz, eastern Germany, on Saturday morning and found 1.5kilos of explosives and an almost-complete suicide vest.

But the terrorist had already fled, forcing police to conduct a frenzied international manhunt.

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But on Sunday evening, police in Leipzig received a call to tell them they had suspect Albakr handcuffed and ready for collection.

According to German newspaper Bild, Albakr had posted in a Facebook group for Syrian refugees asking for a place to stay.

Three young men took him in but became suspicious when he asked for a haircut. More

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