A security guard who worked at a Belgian nuclear plant was murdered and had his security pass stolen, just two days after the Brussels terror attacks.
Didier Prospero was shot several times in the bathroom of his home in the Charleroi region of Belgium.
The unidentified killers shot Prospero, who worked for G4S security at a Belgian nuclear research centre.
A family member found Prospero's body lying next to that of his sheep dog, Beauce, who had also been shot dead.
Police found several .22 bullet casings in the room but there was no firearm in the isolated farm house.
Belgian prosecutors denied the 45-year-old security worker's access pass had been stolen.
The Charleroi prosecutor's office in charge of the case 'formally denied' any connection between the murder of Prospero, who was shot dead on Thursday at his home in Froidchapelle and a planned terror attack.
He was in charge of security for a nuclear research centre at Fleurus. Media had said he worked at a nuclear power plant.
Belgian police are refusing to link Prospero's murder to the ongoing terror investigation, however further evidence of an ISIS plan to hit a nuclear power station has emerged.
According to the New York Times, several employees working in the Belgian nuclear industry have had their security clearances revoked over potential ISIS plots.
Following last November's terror attack in Paris, Belgian police recovered surveillance footage of a senior nuclear official in the home of ISIS ringleader Mohamed Bakkali, who was arrested and is currently facing terrorism charges.
It is feared the murder may be part of an ISIS plot to attack the facility and release radioactive waste into the atmosphere.
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