Three people were shot dead when at a Jewish museum in Brussels Saturday.
The attacker is still at large.

Haaretz reported:

At least three people were killed in a shooting in central Brussels at the city’s Jewish museum on Saturday, local media reported, quoting a fire brigade official.

The suspect is still at large.

At least four people, three men and a woman, were caught up in the attack, Brussels mayor Yvan Mayeur told RTBF, a Belgian broadcasting company, from the scene. A number of ambulances were at the scene.

According to the reports, at least one man came out of a car parked near the entrance to the museum and started shooting, and then fled the scence. An eye witness told RTBF that at least six shots were fired.

UPDATE: One person was arrested by police after the attack today. A second suspect was still being sought.
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Belgium’s Interior Minister said anti-Semitic motives could be behind the attack. RTE

Four people were killed in the attack.

 

 

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