Police Quebec is going from one suspect
The police of the Canadian province of Quebec has one person as a suspect after the attack on a mosque Monday.
Previously, two names were released, but the police now proposes that one of the two detainees just witnessed.
The offender opened in the night of Sunday to Monday (local time) the fire on visitors of a mosque. Six people were killed, five others were injured. Of the wounded is no one more in danger.
At least six dead in shooting at mosque in Quebec
According to the police “playing ideological, religious or political motives a role,” and research focuses, therefore, on terrorism. The Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau speaks of a terrorist attack on muslims.
Attack in Quebec
Policemen stand at a mosque in Quebec city (Canada) after a terrorist attack on a mosque has taken place.
On pictures you can see that emergency services are massively present.
A group of Canadians has gathered at the mosque. A man has a candle lit for the victims.
Also, people have signs with the peace sign.
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The American president Donald Trump has Trudeau called and expressed sympathy. Also offered Trump his help.