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Vienna attacker seems to have acted alone, police chief says

Reuters | Vienna | Updated: 10-11-2020 17:09 IST | Created: 10-11-2020 17:07 IST
Vienna attacker seems to have acted alone, police chief says
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At the moment there is no sign the jihadist who killed four people last week in a shooting rampage in central Vienna had help in carrying out his attack, Vienna's police chief said on Tuesday.

"So far there are no indications that we need to depart from the lone perpetrator theory. The exact route from (his) home to the crime scene or from somewhere else to the crime scene is the subject of investigations," Vienna police chief Gerhard Puerstl said in an interview with ORF radio.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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