The police want to know why Matapour changed his clothes before the Oslo shooting 

Photo: Politiet / NTB

Before Zaniar Matapour, who is now accused of terrorism, attacked two bars in the center of Oslo in June, he put on a yellow t-shirt over a blue one. Now the police want to know why.

“One of several questions that the police want to ask the accused in questioning is why he changed his clothing,” police attorney Ingvild Myrold ​​in the Oslo Police District told Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK).

Matapour has been charged with murder, attempted murder, and terrorism after he opened fire on two nightclubs in the center of Oslo last month. Two people were killed, and over 20 were injured.

Surveillance footage

Surveillance footage of Matapour shows that earlier in the day, before the attack, he was wearing a blue t-shirt and black trousers with three stripes.

When the 43-year-old took the tram towards Oslo shortly before the attack, he had put on a cap and a yellow t-shirt.

Photos from the arrest show that Matapor was wearing a blue t-shirt under the yellow one and that he had put on another pair of trousers.

“The police have several theories about what could be the reason for the choice of clothes, and that will be one of the questions that the accused will be asked in questioning,” Myrold said.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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