Original title: [follow-up] Lyon bombing suspects found out explosive materials in their homes Neighbors: others are very good
Paris, May 28 (Dragon Jianwu) French media reported on the 28th that the main suspect in the parcel bomb attack in the center of Lyon had been arrested. The results of the criminal investigation confirmed that the DNA samples taken from the scene of the explosion coincided with the suspect. The police seized raw materials for the production of explosives from the suspect’s home.
At about 10 am on the 27th, a man was arrested on suspicion of making a Lyon bombing. In fact, the police found out the identity of the suspect on the evening of the 26th, but considering that there may be dangerous explosives in his residence, he decided to arrest him on the second day of the sunrise. The next day, when he got off the bus in the 7th district of Lyon, the guards who had been guarded were seized and immediately accepted police custody.
According to French commercial FM TV, after arresting the suspect, the police searched his apartment in Oullins, a southern suburb of Lyon, and discovered the chemical used in the production of TATP (tripas triacetone) explosives such as hydrochloric acid. Materials, electronic components, residual compounds, kraft paper bags consistent with the packaged bombs, and a bicycle.
At this stage, the man refused to cooperate with the police investigation during his detention, so his motives for committing crimes are still unclear. Law enforcement officers immediately arrested his parents and younger brothers to learn more about his background of work routines, living habits and social relationships. His sister was also summoned by the police and accepted voluntary counseling.
The report said that the police locked the main suspects in the case by collecting surveillance videos, positioning data and eyewitness testimony. He is a 24-year-old Algerian student with a bachelor's degree in computer science and has never had a criminal record. Due to the lack of a valid visa when he arrived in France in 2018, he was unable to enroll in France, but he usually taught himself through online courses.