The attacker who killed at least 84 people on Bastille Day in Nice reportedly sent text messages in the minutes leading up to the attack asking someone to “bring more weapons.”
The discovery, according to French authorities, confirms suspicions that Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, had accomplices. Two more suspects were arrested on Sunday, bringing the total number of people detained in the attack to seven, including Bouhlel’s wife.
The phone with the text messages was found in the 19-ton refrigerator truck used to mow down scores of people on Thursday. Read more at the Washington Post.