World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish police have taken into custody two people Tuesday over the armed attack on football club Fenerbahce's team bus in the northern Black Sea region, according to police sources.
Nihat S. and Emre A. were taken into custody by police in Trabzon early Tuesday, according to police sources.
"Our findings (...) point to these two people," Trabzon Governor Abdil Celil Oz said Tuesday.
He added that one of suspects, who was in the convoy traveling with the bus, was filming the scene with a cellphone camera after the attack.
The governor said the suspect was accidentally filmed by media organizations covering the incident.
The suspects are currently being questioned by the police, Oz added.
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