Munich, July 23: Police in the German city of Munich have asked
members of the public to submit any videos, photos or audio
recordings from Friday's (July 22) mass shooting at a shopping
centre that left 10 people dead including the 18-year-old
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Chancellor Angela Merkel delayed a holiday in the Alps to chair a meeting of the national security council later on Saturday, BBC reported.
She will meet her Chief of Staff Peter Altmaier and Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and a host of intelligence officials on Saturday to review the incident on Friday evening that was carried out by the sole Iranian-German shooter that killed nine people and also shot himself after being surrounded by security forces.
The first call by an eyewitness was received at 5.50 p.m. and notified authorities about gunfire on two streets near the Olympia shopping complex, which is located in a residential area and is made up of 135 commercial establishments, Al Jazeera reported.
At least 21 people, including children, were wounded in the attack, 16 of whom were still being treated in hospital.
The shooter's body was found about 1 km away from the shopping centre. A red rucksack found near the body was being examined for explosives, Al Jazeera quoted the police as saying.
There were reports that the shooter may have set up a fake Facebook account under a female name through which he attempted to encourage people to come down to the mall's McDonald's, The Guardian said in a report.
Under the female guise, it is claimed the gunman offered in a post to buy anyone who came down a free meal.
According to reports, the account was created a short time before the posts and was then disabled while the shooting was taking place on Friday.
According to police chief Hubertus Andrae the suspect had dual citizenship and "no criminal record" and no motive behind the attack was discovered till now.
Police will give an update on their investigation later on Saturday. They asked people to upload any recordings that could help them to a special account, BBC reported.
Special forces have reportedly searched the killer's home in the Munich district of Maxvorstadt.
According to German daily Bild, the gunman's father was being interrogated by police. Forensic teams were searching the apartment where the gunman lived with his parents.
Authorities have said Munich is returning to normal. Public transport services, which were closed down during the huge manhunt following the attack, resumed overnight, BBC noted.
People could be seen laying flowers and lighting candles outside the Olympia shopping mall on Saturday.
Shooting in Munich shopping mall kills 9; gunman also dead
Police personnel run in the area of the Olympia Einkaufszentrum mall, after a shooting, in Munich, Germany, Friday, July 22, 2016. Nine people were killed in the firing while the gunman was also found dead later. AP/PTI
After Belgium and France, Germany met the disaster
Heavily armed police forces walk through the underground station Karlsplatz (Stachus) after a shooting in the Olympia shopping centre was reported in Munich, southern Germany, Friday, July 22, 2016. AP/PTI
The gunman opened fire outside a McDonald's and then entered the mall
Armed policemen move past onlooking media personnel while responding to a shooting at a shopping center in Munich, Germany, Friday July 22, 2016. AP/PTI
German Chancellor Angela Merkel delayed her Alps vacation to preside over a security meeting
Policemen arrive at a shopping centre in which a shooting was reported in Munich, southern Germany, on Friday, July 22, 2016. AP/PTI
The incident happened a few days after an armed youngster attacked some people on a train in Wurzburg in south-central Germany
Police vehicles stationed outside the Olympia shopping centre after a shooting was reported there in Munich, southern Germany, Friday, July 22, 2016. AP/PTI
Leaders from across the world condemned the dastardly attack
Emergency services respond to a shooting at a shopping center in Munich, Germany, Friday July 22, 2016. AP/PTI