UPDATE: Quebec police: Bissonnette only gunman
The two arrested terrorists in Quebec, who shot and killed six people in a mosque and injured eight, are Alexandre Bissonnette and Mohamed Khadir.
A spokesperson of the police said they were not looking for other people at the moment.
They were both students at l'Université Laval, which earlier today held a press conference where they would not confirm whether the two were students at university. They referred instead to the police press conference to be held later. But Radio Canada says that a source close to the investigation has told them that they were both students at the university.
Alexandre Bissonnette also stated on his facebook profile that he is studying anthropology at l'Université Laval.
He fled from the mosque after the terrorist attack. He stopped the car about 20 km from the mosque, called the police and said he had done something wrong and that he would kill himself. He waited by the car for the police. Alexandre Bissonnette is 27 years. Weapons were found in the backseat of his car.
So far the police have not given any motive for the attack.
The Facebook profiles of both have been deactivated, but here is a screenshot of Mohamed Khadir's Facebook page before it disappeared:
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