Investigation into mosque shooting continues

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Police stand by a collection of flowers near the Linwood Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, Saturday, March 16, 2019, where one of the two mass shootings occurred. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

Australian police say the family of the suspect in the New Zealand mosque shootings is helping their investigation.
    
New South Wales state Police Commissioner Mick Fuller says his officers are investigating to help New Zealand police and to ensure the safety of residents in the Australian state where suspect Brenton Tarrant is from.
    
Fuller says Tarrant’s family is from the northern New South Wales town of Grafton and contacted police after seeing media reports of the shootings that killed at least 49.
    
Fuller says Tarrant has spent little time in Australia in the past four years.
    
Acting Deputy Police Commissioner Mick Willing says Tarrant was only known to police for “minor traffic matters.”
    
Willing says there’s no information to suggest any further threat in New Zealand or Australia.

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