Law enforcement authorities investigating a drone attack on Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi earlier this month was unable to locate the attackers, but released a video from the scene.

On Monday, almost three weeks after the investigation was initiated National Security Adviser Qasim al-Araji informed that the committee did not press charges against a specific person or entity, but called for the cooperation with a purpose of finding the attackers as soon as possible and bring them to justice. According to al-Araji, in addition to the drone that caused a damage to the prime minister’s residence, there was also a shell with fingerprints on it, but the sappers detonated it.