Due uomini sono stati arrestati nella città francese di Tolone nell’ambito dell’inchiesta sull’omicidio di due ragazze in una stazione ferroviaria di Marsiglia avvenuta all’inizio di ottobre. I due, sospettati di complicità con il killer hanno 24 e 29 anni, sarebbero stati arrestati martedì. Uno di loro sarebbe accusato di aver fornito a Ahmed Hanachi il coltello con cui ha assassinato le due donne. La notizia degli arresti arriva all’indomani del fermo a Chiasso del fratello di Hanachi.

Two men have been arrested in the French city of Toulon as part of an inquiry into the fatal stabbing of two women at a Marseille train station earlier this month, sources told a local TV channel Wednesday.The suspects, aged 24 and 29, were detained by police on Tuesday but the arrest was not made known to the press until now. One of them, a Tunisian national, is believed to have hosted the knifeman, Ahmed Hanachi, a 29-year-old Tunisian who launched an attack at the Saint-Charles train station on October 1, the BFMTV was told. The news comes a day after the Swiss police detained Hanachi’s sibling and another man in the city of Chiasso in the southern Ticino canton.