Surveillance cameras at a gas station in France caught Salah Abdeslam, who is accused of taking part in the Nov. 13 Paris terror attacks, on the morning after the attack. In the footage, Abdeslam is seen walking with his hands in his pockets the morning after 130 people were killed in the atrocity. Officials say he was in charge of logistics for the gunmen who carried out the shootings. Abdeslam reportedly called his two friends on Nov. 14 to pick him up and drive him to Belgium. The three men stopped at a gas station near the border for about 15 minutes. They allegedly passed three police checks before they were caught on camera, but at the time Abdeslam was not yet identified or connected to the attacks.