Transcript for New Images Allegedly Show Istanbul Terror Suspect Minutes Before Attack
Overseas tonight, chilling new images come in from that new year's a massacre in Turkey. This was released by the alleged suspect taken of himself before the attack. This evening, you will see how investigators are tracing his steps before and after the attack using surveillance. Here's ABC's Alex Marquardt in istanbul. Reporter: Tonight, video in istanbul ten hours before the attack. As the manhunt intensifies, authorities poring over these images. The suspect is seen smoking a cigarette and getting into a taxi with a large backpack, possibly containing the stun grenades police say the shooter used, as well as the automatic rifle that fired 150 rounds in just seven minutes. Shooting and moving in a way that indicates the attacker likely had weapons training. Fueling reports that he fought with ISIS in Syria. He took off his coat and took another taxi and went a short distance before getting out. Tonight, sources telling us the shooter could be from Kyrgyzstan. He arrived with his children in mid November. Last month seen entering a bus station, and then four days before the attack, he traveled from central Turkey to istanbul where that selfie video was shot in one of their famous squares. Turkish authorities have arrested 16 people so far, and they are close to getting him. If he has fought in Syria, there's a worry tonight he may be trying to escape back there.
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