Attacker rampage kills two
TWO people have been killed and at least four hurt in a knife attack in France.
The attacker went into a tobacconist and stabbed the owners along with a customer yesterday.
He then went to a butcher’s shop and attacked more people in Romans-sur-Isère, near Grenoble in the south east of the country.
Police said they had arrested a suspect, believed to be a 33-year-old man born in Sudan.
He was not known to the police or intelligence services.
Anti-terror police have not taken over the investigation and are monitoring developments.
One of the wounded victims is said to be in a critical condition.
President Emmanuel Macron tweeted: “My thoughts are with the victims of the Romans-surIsère attack – the injured, their families.”
He promised that light would be shed on “this odious act”.
GRIM: Police at scene