The third London Bridge attack suspect has been identified by police.
His name is Youssef Zaghba, who is an Italian national of Moroccan descent. His father was Moroccan and his mother was Italian.
Zaghba was a 22 year old who lived in East London. Before this attack, he was not even on any intelligence agency’s radar.
Zaghba was part of a three-pronged attack on London Bridge that took place on Saturday night in which he and his two compatriots used a vehicle to mow people down on London Bridge.
After striking several people, they exited the vehicle and proceeded to go on a stabbing spree.
The names of the two other attackers are Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane. Within minutes of the attack initiating, they were shot down to death.
From Daily News:
Last year the Pakistan-born British citizen appeared in a Channel 4 documentary, “The Jihadis Next Door,” in which he is seen unfolding a black flag at a park.
Residents of his Barking neighborhood told the Wall Street Journal that Butt was often made people feel uneasy.
“We didn’t find it comfortable, we found it scary,” Regina Khan, who lived near him, told the newspaper. “I used to tell my daughter there’s something wrong with this guy, his aggression.” Little is currently known about Redouane, 30, who also lived in Barking. He previously claimed to be of Libyan and Moroccan descent — using multiple aliases, police said.