Time will tell if this is but a ”grassy knoll” issue.
There WAS a second gunman, say Tunisian security services – as police hunt two suspected accomplices in beach massacre
Tunisian security services have claimed gunman Seifeddine Rezgui was not acting alone in his killing spree
- Security sources say there were two terrorists involved in Sousse attack
- Three British witnesses previously claimed there was a second gunman
- Tunisian police have released images of two suspected accomplices
- They believe men helped Rezgui but did not ‘participate’ in Friday’s killings
A second gunman from the massacre may be on the run, it emerged last night.
Police and eyewitnesses are increasingly convinced that Seifeddine Rezgui had an armed accomplice during Friday’s rampage.
Last night a Tunisian security source said: ‘I can’t say too much but I can say there were two terrorists. There were two gunmen.’
Police issued an alert for two suspected accomplices last night, Mohamed Bin Adbdallah and Rafikhe Taiari.
They say they are conducting a manhunt for men who helped Rezgui but ‘did not participate’ in the beach killings.
Three survivors – two of them retired British policemen – have come forward to insist there was a second fanatic during the attack that left 38 dead.
Kirsty Murray, 25, who was wounded in both legs, says she was shot by a man with a handgun who she believes was not Rezgui, who carried an assault rifle.