Gun belonging to ISIL militants found in central Turkey
NİĞDE – Doğan News AgencyA gun and a communications device belonging to Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants who staged an attack in the Ulukışla district of the Central Anatolian province of Niğde in 2014 has been found by local people out picking mushrooms.
The attack in March 2014, which was considered the first ISIL attack in Turkey, left three people dead, including a police officer, a sergeant and a civilian, while wounding five others.
The group called the local gendarmerie forces after finding the communications device and gun, after which the objects were found to belong to the ISIL militants.
The main perpetrator of the attack was identified as Chendrim Ramadani, a Swiss national who was first reported as being from Kosovo. Benjamin Xu, a German citizen, and Mohammad Zakiri, a Macedonian, were also caught alongside Ramadani.