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Did Munich killer lure children to their deaths on Facebook? Police probe fake ad for free food at massacre McDonald’s

Police are investigating a fake Facebook advert which offered free food at the McDonald’s where a gunman killed the first of his nine victims.

Munich was in lockdown for a major police operation around the city’s Olympic Park, after the 18-year-old Iranian opened fire at the fast food restaurant, before targeting shoppers in a busy mall in the district of Moosach.

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Munich shooting: Gunman acted alone, say police

A shooting at a Munich shopping centre which left nine people dead was carried out by one gunman who then killed himself, German police have said.

The suspect was an 18-year-old German-Iranian dual national who lived in Munich, police told a news conference, but his motive is unclear. More…

German Police Search for Shooters After Eight Killed in Munich

German authorities are searching for as many as three shooters who killed eight people and wounded several others in an attack in the Bavarian capital.—More…

 

Gunman shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ opened fire at children
A gunman shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ opened fire at children in McDonald’s before rampaging through a shopping mall, killing at least eight people. —Read more…

Munich shopping centre attack
The busy city centre street is plunged into chaos when a man in a cap and sunglasses open fire with what appears to be a handgun outside a McDonald’s restaurant— More…

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8 dead in Munich mall shooting; police hunt up to 3 suspects

MUNICH (AP)—Police warned people to stay indoors Friday as they hunted for whoever opened fire at a Munich shopping mall, killing eight people and wounding others in a rampage they described as suspected terrorism.

“At the moment no culprit has been arrested,” police in the Bavarian capital said on social media. “The search is taking place at high speed.”—More…

 



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