New Zealand mosque shooting, Australian police search for two houses

Australian police said that the anti-terrorist team searched earlier today for two homes related to the bloody washing of the gunman Tarren of the Christchurch Mosque in New Zealand.

Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian murderer, massacred two mosques in New Zealand on the 15th, killing 50 people and injuring 50 others. On 16th, he was charged with murder.

Agence France-Presse reported that the two residences are located in the towns of Sandy Beach and Lawrence in New South Wales, Australia, all close to the town of Grafton, which grew up in Taren. .

The police statement stated: “The primary goal of the search operation is to formally obtain relevant information that may help the New Zealand police to investigate.”

The family of Tarren said yesterday that he was shocked and “heartbreaking” about his terror.

Taren’s grandmother, Marie Fitzgerald, told Channel Nine: “We are all very surprised and wondering what to do. It’s too heavy… I never thought that someone in our family would make it. Such a thing.”

After his father passed away a few years ago, Taren began to travel around and has lived in Dunedin, a town in southern New Zealand in recent years.

However, there is no indication that Tarren was deeply fascinated by white nationalism when he traveled in Europe and turned the hatred into violence.

Fitzgerald said: “I think this child has completely changed personally after traveling overseas.” She also said that Taren, a teenager, was mainly interested in computer games.

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