At Least 6 Dead In Shooting At Quebec Mosque
According to police, two gunmen opened fire inside the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Centre on Sunday night.LEARN MORE
Canadian authorities say Alexandre Bissonnette is facing six counts of first-degree murder and five counts of attempted murder.
The sole suspect in the deadly shooting at a Quebec City mosque is facing murder charges.
Canadian authorities identified 27-year-old Alexandre Bissonnette as the gunman who opened fire at the Quebec Islamic Cultural Center on Sunday night. He is facing six counts of first-degree murder and five counts of attempted murder.
Initially, police arrested a second man outside the mosque just minutes after the attack. But he was released after authorities confirmed he was a witness, not a suspect.
Six people were killed in the shooting. As of Tuesday morning, a hospital spokesperson told the CBC five others were still in the hospital. More than a dozen people were treated and released for minor injuries.
A motive for the attack is still unknown, but officials are investigating it as an act of terrorism.
The suspect made a brief court appearance Monday evening and is scheduled to be back in court next month.
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