The enemedia referring to this suspect as a Moroccan, as if Morocco has anything to do with it.
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The Local: A driver deliberately ploughed a van into pedestrians on one of Spain’s busiest streets on Thursday, wounding a number of people in what police said was a “terrorist attack”.
“Huge collision on Las Ramblas in Barcelona by an individual driving a van, many injuries,” a statement from Catalan police said.
The area around the incident was cordoned off, with several ambulances and police vehicles on the scene, an AFP correspondent said.
WANTED: Police release image of man after 13 killed in horror Barcelona terror attack
POLICE in Barcelona have released the image of a man they are hunting after a van crashed into crowds of people killing at least 13 and injuring dozens, according to Spanish media.
By Vickiie Oliphant, The Express, Aug 17, 2017:
Barcelona attack: Police hunting this man
Police have released an image of a man identified as Driss Oukabir
According to Spanish newspaper Telecinco, the man is now thought to be one of those found inside a restaurant near La Boqueria.
The paper claims that according to his profile in social networks, the young man is called Driss Oukabir and he lives in the town of Ripoll, in Gerona.
He is thought to have rented one of the vans used in today’s deadly attack, Spanish police say.
The young man, was born in Morocco in 1989 according to OkDiaro, rented the van in the town of Santa Perpetua de la Mogada
Spanish TV station TVE said it was not clear if Oukabir was among the attackers.
The information comes after a white van mounted the pavement of Las Ramblas, the main tourist area in the city, and struck several people- leaving at least 13 dead and more than 20 injured.
It came to a halt at the entrance to the Liceu metro station, where the attackers escaped and ran off into the streets.
Two armed men have since entered a Turkish restaurant
Shocking photos posted on social media shows several people being treated on the ground by paramedics after witnesses said a group were struck while crossing the street.
Gunshots have also been reported near the food market of La Boqueria, which is a major tourist attraction.
Several people have been injured, according to Barcelona police on Twitter and at least 13 people are believed to have been killed.
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