Update beginning at 22: 45: an earlier version Of this article, it emerged that the two suspects were released. It has to the news agency ritzau now corrected to one.
A person who was suspected to be involved in Friday's attacks on two mosques in the new zealand city of Christchurch, has been released.
two More are still detained, but suspected no longer to be directly connected to the attacks.
The police said at a news conference Sunday morning local time.
Two of the people were detained near a politiafspærring and both had weapons. The one - a woman - has been released, while the other - a man - remains detained for the illegal possession of firearms.
A third person has been charged with offences in connection with the attacks, but suspected not to be involved in them. It writes the AFP news agency.
- At present, there is only one person who is charged with the attacks, says police commissioner Mike Bush at the press conference.
There is talk about the 28-year-old australian Brenton Tarrant.
At Sunday's press conference, informs Mike Bush, moreover, that the death toll now stand at 50 people. Thus, it is revised upward from 49.
- It is with great sadness that I can inform you that the number of persons who have perished in this incident has risen to 50.
- From the last night we found all the victims in the gerningsstederne. In this context, we found another victim, says politikommissæren.
the Number of wounded also sounds of 50 people.
the 42 people are reported killed after the first attack in the Masjid al Noor mosque. Seven persons are reported killed at Linwood mosque.
It is not lit, where it is 50. the victim is found.