The gunman killed in Thursday’s shootout at a US naval air base in Texas has been recognized as 20-year-old Syrian-born American citizen Adam Aalim Alsahli, the FBI introduced Friday.
The shooter was allegedly finishing up a “terrorism-related assault” when he started opening fireplace on the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi after driving right into a automobile barrier, FBI agent Leah Greeves had stated Thursday. However particulars of a motive are nonetheless unclear.
One sailor was wounded in the assault, and Alsahli was “neutralized” by safety forces who returned gunfire, an FBI official stated.
Greeves stated on Thursday that authorities have been searching for “a possible second associated individual of curiosity” who remained at giant, however there hasn’t been any new data on that entrance, both.
A regulation enforcement official stated that as of Friday afternoon, authorities had no replace in regards to the doable second suspect.
Digital media discovered on the scene is being analyzed as a part of the continuing investigation, the Justice Division had stated Thursday.
With Publish Wires