Attacked a nursing home in France managed to escape

An armed man who broke into a nursing home “Green oaks” in the city Monpere-sur-Le (Department of Hérault) in the South of France, fled the scene of the crime. On Friday, 25 November, reports Le Figaro, the police search for the attacker surveyed the building.

As previously reported, the three-storey building at the time of the incident there were about 70 of retired monks. None of them was hurt.

The representative of the institution Wayne Bodkin said that the average age of residents is 75 years, some inhabitants of 90 years old. Before settling in the nursing home, the monks worked in various missions in Africa.

The attack on the nursing home occurred on the evening of November 24. Unknown masked armed with a knife and shotgun entered inside the building, he tied the guard and gagged with a ball gag. However, according to BFMTV, she managed to raise the alarm. The attacker struck the woman three stab wounds. As a result, she died.

In the Prefecture of the Herault Department of the incident qualified as a criminal offence, adding that it does not consider the attack as a terrorist attack.