Police found the DNA of the possible culprit of the explosion in Lyon
On May 25, French police found the DNA of a suspect in an explosion on Victor Hugo Street in Lyon, which occurred the day before.
In this case, the attacker has not yet been identified. According to one version, the bomb was detonated remotely.
In addition, a small amount of explosives, presumably, acetone triperoxide, was found at the scene.
This substance was used by terrorist organizations in the Middle East in the early 2000s.
Responsibility for the explosion itself has not yet taken any terrorist organization. Despite the fact that the investigation is entrusted to the anti-terrorism unit of the police, the French authorities do not yet call the incident a terrorist act.
The police describe the suspect as a man of 30-35 years old, wearing a black sweater and light shorts.
Recall that the explosion in Lyon injured 13 people, two remain in the hospital.
Photo: French Police