Attentat de Stockholm: l'auteur présumé s'était vu refuser un permis de séjour

L'auteur présumé de l'attentat qui a fait quatre morts et 15 blessés vendredi dans la capitale suédoise s'était vu refuser un permis de séjour. Il était menacé d'expulsion. Par ailleurs, une deuxième personne a été arrêtée.
09 avr. 2017, 13:38
/ Màj. le 09 avr. 2017 à 14:00
La police a également révélé la nationalité des quatre victimes: une ressortissante belge, deux Suédois et un Britannique.

Le suspect de l'attentat de vendredi à Stockholm avait demandé un permis de séjour en Suède, a déclaré la police suédoise dimanche. Sa demande avait été rejetée. Il avait aussi exprimé sa sympathie pour plusieurs organisations extrémistes dont l'Etat islamique (EI).

L'homme était menacé d'expulsion, a précisé le responsable de la police Jonas Hysing lors d'une conférence de presse. Cinq autres personnes pouvant faire avancer l'enquête étaient interrogées dimanche par la police. L'attaque a fait quatre morts et 15 blessés.

La police a également révélé la nationalité des quatre victimes: une ressortissante belge, deux Suédois et un Britannique. "Nous avons confirmé les identités des personnes décédées et leurs familles ont été informées", a indiqué Jan Evensson.

 

Une deuxième arrestation

La police suédoise a arrêté un deuxième suspect. Cette personne est en garde à vue. L'annonce a été faite par une juge du tribunal de Stockholm.

La deuxième personne interpellée s'est vue attribuer un avocat commis d'office, a précisé la juge Helga Hullmann, sans donner davantage de précisions. La police avait annoncé plus tôt qu'elle interrogeait sept personnes dans le cadre de l'enquête. Des perquisitions ont été menées au cours du week-end par les enquêteurs.

Par ailleurs, les barrières mises en place par la police sur la rue Drottninggatan, là où l'attaque a eu lieu vendredi, au centre de Stockholm, ont été retirées dimanche matin. Une messe en mémoire des victimes devait avoir lieu en début d'après-midi sur la place Sergelstorg, à côté de Drottninggatan.

Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant 4 morts et une quinzaine de blessés.
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant 4 morts et une quinzaine de blessés. ©keystone
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant 4 morts et une quinzaine de blessés.
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant 4 morts et une quinzaine de blessés. ©keystone
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant 4 morts et une quinzaine de blessés.
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant 4 morts et une quinzaine de blessés. ©keystone
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant 4 morts et une quinzaine de blessés.
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant 4 morts et une quinzaine de blessés. ©KEYSTONE
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant quatre morts et une quinzaine de blessés.
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant quatre morts et une quinzaine de blessés. ©KEYSTONE
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant quatre morts et une quinzaine de blessés.
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant quatre morts et une quinzaine de blessés. ©keystone
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant quatre morts et une quinzaine de blessés.
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant quatre morts et une quinzaine de blessés. ©keystone
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant quatre morts et une quinzaine de blessés.
Un camion a foncé sur des passants vendredi au centre de Stockholm, faisant quatre morts et une quinzaine de blessés. ©keystone
epa05894835 A general view of emergency services in central Stockholm after a truck  crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.'  EPA/Fredrik Sandberg  SWEDEN OUT
epa05894835 A general view of emergency services in central Stockholm after a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.' EPA/Fredrik Sandberg SWEDEN OUT ©KEYSTONE
Emergency personnel load a person into an ambulance, centre, at the scene after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017.  Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." ÔªøÔªø Ôªø(TT News Agency via AP)
Emergency personnel load a person into an ambulance, centre, at the scene after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." ÔªøÔªø Ôªø(TT News Agency via AP) ©Jessica Gow
Members of the emergency services attend the scene after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack."  It cannot be confirmed what is under the sheets at right. (TT News Agency via AP)
Members of the emergency services attend the scene after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." It cannot be confirmed what is under the sheets at right. (TT News Agency via AP) ©TT News Agency
Blood is smeared on the street at the scene after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." (Rose-Marie Otter/ TT News Agency via AP)
Blood is smeared on the street at the scene after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." (Rose-Marie Otter/ TT News Agency via AP) ©Rose Marie Otter
epa05894814 Police officers outside Stockholm Central station in Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. Three people were killed when a truck crashed into department store Ahlens on Drottninggatan, in central Stockholm, 07 April 2017.  EPA/JESSICA GOW  SWEDEN OUT
epa05894814 Police officers outside Stockholm Central station in Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. Three people were killed when a truck crashed into department store Ahlens on Drottninggatan, in central Stockholm, 07 April 2017. EPA/JESSICA GOW SWEDEN OUT ©KEYSTONE
epa05895028 (L-R) Jan Evesson, Mats Johansson, Anders Thornberg, National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson, Swedish Security Service (SAPO) Mats Lofving, Deputy Director of the Swedish Police Authority, hold a press conference at Police Headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017 where reports state that shots have been fired. Three people were killed when a truck crashed into department store Ahlens on Drottninggatan, in central Stockholm, 07 April 2017.  EPA/MAJA SUSLIN  SWEDEN OUT
epa05895028 (L-R) Jan Evesson, Mats Johansson, Anders Thornberg, National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson, Swedish Security Service (SAPO) Mats Lofving, Deputy Director of the Swedish Police Authority, hold a press conference at Police Headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017 where reports state that shots have been fired. Three people were killed when a truck crashed into department store Ahlens on Drottninggatan, in central Stockholm, 07 April 2017. EPA/MAJA SUSLIN SWEDEN OUT ©KEYSTONE
epa05895031 Swedish police outside Swedish Parliament a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.'  EPA/CLAUDIO BRESCIANI SWEDEN OUT
epa05895031 Swedish police outside Swedish Parliament a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.' EPA/CLAUDIO BRESCIANI SWEDEN OUT ©KEYSTONE
In this police handout picture of a man who is wanted in connection with the truck incident Friday April 7, 2017, that killed and injured several people in Stockholm, Sweden. Swedish police are searching for the man and say they cannot yet say how many people were killed or injured when a truck ran into a crowd in central Stockholm. (Police / TT via AP)
In this police handout picture of a man who is wanted in connection with the truck incident Friday April 7, 2017, that killed and injured several people in Stockholm, Sweden. Swedish police are searching for the man and say they cannot yet say how many people were killed or injured when a truck ran into a crowd in central Stockholm. (Police / TT via AP) ©KEYSTONE
epa05895316 A general view of emergency services in central Stockholm after a truck  crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.'  EPA/Fredrik Sandberg  SWEDEN OUT
epa05895316 A general view of emergency services in central Stockholm after a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.' EPA/Fredrik Sandberg SWEDEN OUT ©KEYSTONE
Armed police stand guard outside Stockholm Castle after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017.  Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." ÔªøÔªø Ôªø(Claudio Brescian/TT News Agency via AP)
Armed police stand guard outside Stockholm Castle after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." ÔªøÔªø Ôªø(Claudio Brescian/TT News Agency via AP) ©Claudio Brescian
epa05895259 Empty Subway stations and public transport after they have been shut down following a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.'  EPA/TOBIAS ROSTLUND SWEDEN OUT
epa05895259 Empty Subway stations and public transport after they have been shut down following a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.' EPA/TOBIAS ROSTLUND SWEDEN OUT ©KEYSTONE
epa05895189 People walking through Stockholm following the shutdown of public transport after a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.'  EPA/NOELLA JOHANSSON SWEDEN OUT
epa05895189 People walking through Stockholm following the shutdown of public transport after a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, 07 April 2017. A truck has driven into a department store on Drottninggatan street (Queen Street) in central Stockholm, media reported quoting local police. According to initial reports, at least three people were killed and others were injured in the incident, media added. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven commented that everything indicated the incident as a 'terror attack.' EPA/NOELLA JOHANSSON SWEDEN OUT ©KEYSTONE
People are guided along the street after a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017.   The driver of a hijacked beer truck is wanted by police after the truck crashed into an upscale department store in central Stockholm on Friday, leaving dead and injured in its wake. (Claudio Bresciani/TT via AP)
People are guided along the street after a truck crashed into a department store in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. The driver of a hijacked beer truck is wanted by police after the truck crashed into an upscale department store in central Stockholm on Friday, leaving dead and injured in its wake. (Claudio Bresciani/TT via AP) ©Claudio Bresciani/TT
Armed police stand guard outside Stockholm Castle after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017.  Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." ÔªøÔªø Ôªø(Claudio Brescian/TT News Agency via AP)
Armed police stand guard outside Stockholm Castle after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says everything indicates a truck that has crashed into a major department store in downtown Stockholm is "a terror attack." ÔªøÔªø Ôªø(Claudio Brescian/TT News Agency via AP) ©Claudio Brescian
People walk on a street without vehicles after public transport was shutdown after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. (Noella Johansson, TT News Agency via AP)
People walk on a street without vehicles after public transport was shutdown after a truck crashed into a department store injuring several people in central Stockholm, Sweden, Friday April 7, 2017. (Noella Johansson, TT News Agency via AP) ©Jessica Gow
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©KEYSTONE
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©KEYSTONE
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©KEYSTONE
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©KEYSTONE
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©KEYSTONE
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©KEYSTONE
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©KEYSTONE
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©Noella Johnasson
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes.
Une camionnette a foncé dans un centre commercial après avoir renversé des piétons vendredi après-midi à Stockholm en Suède. Plusieurs personnes sont mortes. ©Jessica Gow