what we know about this bloody shooting

what we know about this bloody shooting
what we know about this bloody shooting

A man arrested who grabbed a service weapon injured two officials from the 13th police statione district of Paris. One of them, hit in the abdomen, was “still between life and death” Friday May 10 in the morning, reported the Paris police prefect, Laurent Nuñez, confirmed by the Paris prosecutor’s office. His colleague was seriously injured in the back, according to a police Source.

A woman attacked with a cutter

Laurent Nuñez explained on - that the police intervened Thursday around 10 p.m. to “an extremely violent attack with a cutter on a woman who was seriously injured”. “The man was obviously very excited”he added.

The uniformed police officers, belonging to the neighborhood support group (GSQ), brought the man to the police station and made him blow into a breathalyzer in the search room. It was at that moment that he grabbed an official’s weapon, continued the prefect.

The man, of “Asian guy” according to a police Source, then opened fire, seriously injuring two police officers, before being neutralized by the return fire of an official. Hit in the chest, he was hospitalized in serious condition.

Laurent Nuñez did not give details on the profile of the perpetrator of the shots. “We don’t know if he knew the woman” whom he attacked, he said, adding that the police officers called to the scene had to “break down the door” of the appartment.

The woman injured with a box cutter is 73 years old, the two police officers are 33 years old, and the accused is 32 years old, the Paris prosecutor’s office said at midday.

He said the attacker was “unknown to the police and the courts”. In the current state of the first elements of the investigation, the terrorist trail has been completely ruled out, according to a police Source.

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