Police arrested two suspects on Monday after three gunmen opened fire on worshippers at the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre in Canada on Sunday night.
Reuters reports that one suspect was identified as Alexandre Bissonnette, a 27-year-old French-Canadian, and the other as Mohamed Khadir, who is of Moroccan descent.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the shooting as a “terrorist attack on Muslims in a center of worship and refuge.”
Police have not yet disclosed the motive for the attack, as investigations are still ongoing.
While police have declined to comment on the identity of the suspects, they confirmed at a news conference that one suspect was arrested at the mosque at around 8:00 p.m. local time and the other turned himself in an hour later.
The shooting came shortly after the Canadian prime minister announced that Canada would welcome refugees, in response to the executive order signed by U.S. President Donald Trump that has blocked refugees and temporarily barred people from certain Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.