The police is still looking for the man who opened fire on a christmas market in the centre of Strasbourg. The 29-year-old man was known to the court.
The shooting incident was Tuesday, around 20 hours of place on a christmas market in the centre of the city. A man with an automatic weapon shots fired on a crowd, in which there was a panic. There were at least three people dead and twelve wounded.
Also the perpetrators themselves would be injured, but is still on the run. It was going to be a 29-year-old man, born in Strasbourg. He was known to the police, and has since 2016 a ‘chip’s’. He meant, therefore, a possible risk for the security of the state.
Tuesday morning tried to the police to tackle in connection with a robbery, but the man did not at home. The authorities were all the entire day looking for him. In his house were grenades found, writes BFM TV.
The suspect is according to minister of Home Affairs Christophe Castaner of all ages are known to the police, for criminal offences that are not linked to terrorism. He ran well in France as in Germany convictions and has been in jail.