Inside Reina attacker’s hideout apartment
Abdulkadir Masharipov had been staying in the house belonging to a Kyrgyz friend when was arrested during a police operation
Pictures have emerged of the hideout apartment used by an ISIS shooter responsible for killing 39 people in Istanbul on New Year’s day.
Abdulkadir Masharipov killed 39 people in an Istanbul nightclub on New Year's Day was born in Uzbekistan and received training in Afghanistan, Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin said on Tuesday after police caught him in a city suburb.
Masharipov had been staying in the house belonging to a Kyrgyz friend when was arrested during a police operation.
Photos from inside the apartment showed clothes scattered across the floor while scarce food items littered the kitchen.
Bank notes from Indonesia and letters to an unidentified person addressed as “my darling” in Arabic-English were also found.