Jul 23, 2016 · What We Know • The gunman was an 18-year-old native of Munich, with dual German and Iranian citizenship. In keeping with police protocol, he was not identified.
Munich police have asked the public not to take photos of the shooting scene and publish them on the internet. “Do not support the culprit,” reads the police tweet.
Source: Munich Police (events); Bing (aerial image) One video posted to social media shows someone outside of a McDonald’s on Hanauer Strasse firing a handgun in a southwestern direction. Nearby pedestrians are seen running away from the shooter.
Update July 22, 3:45 p.m. ET: Munich Police confirmed at a press conference that at least six people have been killed in the attack, with an unknown number of people also injured.
Jul 22, 2016 · Watch video · As many as 6 dead in Munich shooting rampage What do we know about the gunman? Andrae said the suspect in Friday’s shooting is an 18-year-old German-Iranian from Munich.
Police in Munich said the gunman had a German translation of Langman’s book, along with materials related to the 2009 Winnenden school shooting in Germany and the bomb-and-gun attacks in …
Watch video · A shooting at a shopping centre and nearby fast-food restaurant in Munich, Germany, claimed the lives of nine people and hurt at least 26 more on Friday night. The killer, named as Ali David
The shooters armed with “long guns” opened fire at a McDonald’s restaurant and continued onto a street before entering the Olympia (OEZ) mall near the Olympic stadium in Munich.
• On Friday night, a gunman opened fire near a McDonald’s restaurant close to a shopping mall in Munich, Germany, at about 6pm local time (2am AEST), killing nine people before turning the gun
This is what we know so far. At least nine people are dead after gunmen opened fire in a shopping centre just after 9pm on Friday night in the German city of Munich. The attackers are on the run.