Police put out warrant for Zurich stabbing suspect
Swiss police have issued an international arrest warrant for Shivan Mohamed, a 21-year-old Iraqi thought to have stabbed two brothers in Zurich on Sunday morning. The suspect, who works selling kebabs at Zurich's main train station, has been missing since one of the brothers was killed and the other sustained serious injuries in a fight outside a nightclub in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Mohamed's mother says she has not seen him since he got ready to go out on Saturday night, and he failed to appear for work on Sunday evening.
"I cannot tell you how sorry I am for the family who has lost a son,” Shivan’s mother, 43-year-old Sameerah S, told news site 20 Minuten Online.
The murder suspect and the victim knew each other, friends have told the police. They had never had any trouble with one another before and were not enemies.
Mohamed’s friends say that the brothers, Vigan M and Visar M, tried to beat him up outside the Kaufleuten club. None of them knew that he was carrying a knife. (...)