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11 people arrested after Moscow attack, including 4 suspected shooters



Update: The FSB reports that 11 individuals have been arrested in connection with the Moscow attack, including four suspected shooters.

Two suspects were apprehended near Bryansk after a police chase, while two others managed to escape.

The FSB alleges that the attackers had connections in Ukraine and were heading towards the border when they were apprehended.

Contrary to initial speculation, it appears there was no bombing involved.

Instead, the assailants engaged in a shooting and utilized a flamethrower to ignite fires within the building.

A photo of the car believed to have been used by the suspects in the terrorist attack at Crocus City Hall is being circulated.

Authorities are currently searching for the Renault in Moscow, Moscow Region, and neighboring areas.

Following the shooting, an explosion and subsequent fire occurred at Crocus City Hall. Witnesses observed the assailants igniting the chairs.

Communication networks are disrupted, impeding contact with family members.

Initial accounts indicate casualties could surpass 100, with at least 40 fatalities confirmed.

As reported by Russia’s state RIA Novosti news agency, a faction of armed individuals discharged firearms at a Moscow concert hall on Friday, resulting in multiple injuries.

RIA Novosti reported that a minimum of three individuals clad in military attire discharged firearms.

The state-affiliated Tass news agency corroborated the event, which transpired at Crocus City Hall, a sizable concert venue located on Moscow’s western periphery.

Numerous Russian media outlets covered the occurrence, highlighting the concert hall’s conflagration.

Video clips circulated on messaging applications within Russia showcased extensive plumes of black smoke emanating from the building.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.