The attack on Strasbourg latest news: the killer is on the run, could be in Germany
The latest news after the attack on the Strasbourg Christmas Markets. And‘ hunting the killer, a hunt that goes on from the 22 yesterday, but has not yet led to the capture of the man responsible for the death of three people. The French police have identified immediately the bomber and immediately began the race to stop it. But the blitz that has involved the French police for several hours, in the late evening of yesterday, it has not led to the capture of the man. The bomber was wounded, but it seems to be able to leave the city with the goal of reaching probably the border with Germany. The assailant, identified as Cherif Chekatt, 29 years old, he was already known as a “radicalized”. There are many news coming to France in about the killer. In the evening yesterday and was told that Cheruf would have to be arrested in the morning but had escaped capture. The gendarmes had made a search at his house but he was not made to capture. Probably this led him to accelerate his plan.
It is possible that the bomber had planned by the time his plan, and that for this reason he knew also how to move and run away to not be caught by the police.
The alleged killer, identified, was finished already in prison in the past for assault. Following was reported as an element “radicalized” and as a threat to national security. It's called Cherif Chekatt, 29 years old, of north african origin but born in Strasbourg. For him, the police have started a man hunt impressive. Armored the historic centre, where none has been made to enter. Patrolled the palm-to-palm, and the streets are deserted, even with a helicopter. The city's mayor Roland Ries, has immediately talked of a terrorist attack and has invited all of you to ordered of barricaded inside the house. The 29-year-old still managed to escape away from the center. After a few hours, have spotted in a suburban neighborhood, Neudorf, where in a first moment appeared to be barricaded in a building. But the blitz of the police is failed and the research continue. Apparently the bomber would not have acted alone and in the center continues to look for a second suspect. The fear is that the man may have reached France, and passed the border without anyone noticing his presence. The hunt for the killer in each case proceeds.
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