(WASHINGTON, DC) - Today, the Saudi Ministry of Interior issued a list of 16 suspects linked to the May 29 suicide bombing outside the Al-Anoud Mosque in Dammam and the May 22 attack at the Imam Ali bin Abi Talib Mosque in Qudayh.
The ministry has offered cash rewards of nearly $270,000 to anyone with information leading to the arrest of a wanted suspect, and an increased reward of more than $1.3 million for information that leads to an arrest of more than one wanted suspect. The ministry also announced a reward of nearly $1.9 million to anyone who helps foil a terror attack.
Daesh (ISIS) took responsibility for both deadly terrorist attacks. The Ministry of Interior spokesman said that the terrorist group is determined to undermine the security of Saudi Arabia, its citizens and its residents.