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Kenya Attack: 'Car Used By Terrorists Found'
A vehicle believed to have been used by the terrorists who attacked Nairobi's Westgate mall, killing at least 67 people, has been recovered by investigators.
Kenyan police are trying to trace details of the ownership of the car, which was found outside the bullet-scarred and scorched shopping centre.
They are also building the profile of a man who warned a pregnant woman at the mall to flee for own safety moments before the attack.
Forensic teams continued their examination of the mall and sifted through the rubble of the complex's collapsed multi-storey car park.
FBI agents along with investigators from Britain, Canada, Israel and Germany have been dispatched to help investigate the crime scene.
Speaking to the Associated Press, a Kenyan government official disclosed the latest developments on condition of anonymity.
The official confirmed military action by Kenyan forces on Monday caused the mall to collapse, and added that officials were also looking into whether other vehicles may have been used by the attackers.
Sky's Stuart Ramsay, in Nairobi, said: "There has been much discussion about whether they pre-positioned weapons inside the shopping mall using a shop that had been rented. We believe they had a house nearby as well.
"The shop came with a parking space. We understand that a truck was in there and hadn't moved for the best part of a week.
"We also understand that the owner of the shop is now being questioned in connection with this, probably in terms of who did he lease the property to."
The news emerged as the country continued to observe a period of national mourning in the aftermath of Saturday's massacre, which al Shabaab, the Somali militant group, has claimed responsibility for.
Colleagues gathered at the funeral of pregnant journalist Ruhila Adatia Sood, who bled to death after being shot in the leg.
"Just before it happened Ruhila texted a friend to say she could feel her baby kicking," said friend Shelina Manji.
More than 2,500 members of Nairobi's Ismaili Muslim community, a branch of Shia Islam, attended the service to pay their last respects to the slain radio host and another woman killed in the attack, 44-year-old Shairoz Dossa.
Meanwhile, a British passport holder stopped at Nairobi's international airport was still being questioned by Kenyan police.
The man, who was heading for London, has been held since earlier this week after he aroused suspicions at Jomo Kenyatta Airport because he had facial bruising, Sky News understands.
A global hunt was also under way for British terror suspect Samantha Lewthwaite, dubbed the "white widow", who was married to 7/7 London suicide bomber Jermaine Lindsay.
Interpol issued a red notice, or internationally wanted persons alert, for the Muslim convert to its 190 member countries on Thursday at the request of Kenya.
The 29-year-old is wanted by Kenya on charges of being in possession of explosives and conspiracy to commit a crime dating back to December 2011.