World Man arrested after shooting attack on foreigners in Italy

02:25  04 february  2018
02:25  04 february  2018 Source:   Sky News

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Drive-by shooting injures 6 foreigners in Italy , 1 arrested . After the attack in the town of Macerata, the suspect got out of his car and made a fascist salute while wearing a tricolour scarf, according to Italian media.

Italian police have arrested a far-right supporter suspected of wounding several foreigners in a drive-by shooting Media said police had seized a gun in the man 's vehicle. Reports named the suspect as Luca The attack comes a day after a Nigerian asylum-seeker was arrested in Macerata over the

Drive-by shootings in Italy: People told to stay indoors, as four reported hurt © Sky News Drive-by shootings in Italy: People told to stay indoors, as four reported hurt

A man has been arrested following a series of drive-by shootings in the central Italian city of Macerata.

Local media reported that six people were injured, four of them seriously. All of those injured were foreigners and news reports said they were black.

The suspect was arrested about two hours after he began a shooting rampage from inside a car.

Residents had been told to stay inside during the shooting and public transport was halted.

Macerata, which has a population of 43,000 people, was the scene of the murder of a white Italian woman earlier this week.

Eighteen-year-old Pamela Mastropietro's remains were found in two suitcases on Thursday.


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