The Kenyan government has identified the man who orchestrated the terrorist attack that killed 147 people at a university in Garissa Thursday.
Officials have identified the man as Mohamed Mohamud and are offering a reward of about $215,000 for any information leading to his arrest.
There were at least five gunmen who stormed the school. One of them has been identified as Abdirahim Abdullahi, the son of a local government official in northern Kenya.
Abdullahi graduated from a Nairobi law school in 2013, but his father reported him missing not long after he finished school. Officials believe he traveled to Somalia to join Al-Shabab. At least nine other suspects have been arrested in connection with the attack. (Video via CNN)
Al-Shabab, a terrorist group with ties to Al-Qaeda, has taken credit for the attack. It says it was in retaliation for the Kenyan government sending troops into Somalia to help drive the group out of the country.
Officials are still searching for others who many have been involved in Thursday's shootings. On Saturday, Al-Shabab warned of "another bloodbath" in Kenya.