Islamic Center Gunman Found Dead


Authorities depicted the man as a 24-year-old Swiss resident of Ghanaian plunge, yet they didn’t recognize him by name. They said that he had no known connections to psychological militant gatherings, yet that he was at that point needed for the lethal cutting of a companion whose body was found on Sunday at a play area in Zurich.

“We don’t trust it was a fear demonstration,” Christiane Lentjes Meili, the head of police for the canton of Zurich, said of the assault on Monday. “We have no proof of an association with psychological oppression.”

Three men were injured in the assault, two of them truly; all are in stable condition. The assault happened around 5 p.m. at a petition focus utilized generally by Somali and Eritrean exiles, only south of the city’s principle prepare station. Hours after the assault, the police found the body of a man on the Gassner Bridge, close to the downtown area and a short stroll from the Islamic focus.

Observers to the assault reported that the shooter, wearing dull garments and a woolen top, had gotten away by walking. The police in Zurich, the biggest city in Switzerland, utilized tracker-canine units to chase the shooter. On Tuesday morning, Peat Jost, a representative for the Zurich police, affirmed in a telephone meeting that the shooter was the man whose body had been found. “Our examination says the dead man is the shooter,” he said.

The Islamic focus, on a peaceful side road almost a popular shopping region, was shut Tuesday evening. Its blue front entryway was bolted and the windows were banned, however on the second floor there were lights on. A silver haired lady who gave her name just as Ursula ceased to leave a book wrapped in chestnut paper. She said she was a Christian and was sad about what had happened at the middle, and was appealing to God for the casualties.