Moment suspected ISIS terrorist accused of gunning down 39 revellers in New Year’s Eve Istanbul nightclub attack is arrested in front of four-year-old son.

Brutal ISIS-inspired attack left 69 people being treated in hospital

TURKISH security forces captured the suspected gunman who killed 39 people at the Reina nightclub attack in Istanbul on New Year’s Eve.

Abdulkadir Masharipov, described by officials as a well-educated terrorist who speaks four languages, was detained by cops in the city’s Esenyurt district, just 25 miles from where the deadly assault was carried out.

Masharipov was detained just 25 miles from the scene of the New Year’s Eve shooting at the Reina nightclub

The gunman opened fire in a packed nightclub on New Year’s Eve in Istanbul, killing 39 people




The Uzbek national, who was operating under the alias Ebu Muhammed Horasani, was caught after over two weeks on the run.

The huge manhunt involved around 1,000 cops, detectives and other officers scouring through 7,200 hours of CCTV footage and over 2,000 public tip-offs.

A special operations task force swooped on a council-owned house reportedly rented by Masharipov’s friend on Monday night.

He reportedly resisted arrest and was detained in front of his four-year-old son.

The alleged fanatic, said to be 34-years-old, underwent medical checks before being taken to a police headquarters for questioning.


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