Police confirmed a 17-year-old student carrying a rifle, two handguns, and two grenades had been arrested in connection with the shooting at the Lycée Alexis de Tocqueville, in the southern town of Grasse. A second person absconded.
A rifle, a revolver, a pistol and GRENADES. And it’s “not” terror related. It’s now called “a dispute”. Good to know.
Grasse shooting: Headmaster and children among at least eight victims injured in attack at French school
Authorities say incident believed to be personal dispute and is not terror-related.
The Independent, Lizzie Dearden
16 March 2017 13:36 London
At least eight people have been injured in a shooting a school in Grasse, southern France.
Police have arrested one person on the scene at the Lycee Alexis de Tocqueville, where the headmaster was among those shot.
The suspect is a 17-year-old student, who was armed with a rifle, a revolver, a pistol…
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