Alps Shootings: Bomb Squad Arrive at Saad Al-Hilli Home
Army bomb disposal experts have arrived at the Surrey home of a British man, shot dead with his wife, mother-in-law and a cyclist in the French Alps.
Police have evacuated nearby houses and closed the road around the home of Saad al-Hilli in Claygate, amid concerns over items found there.
Meanwhile, French police have confirmed the death of Mr al-Hilli’s 74-year old mother-in-law, but have not named her.
The al-Hillis’ eldest daughter Zainab has been brought out of a coma.
The seven-year-old was shot and injured during the attack last week. Her four-year-old sister, Zeena, has returned to the UK.
Zeena lay undiscovered for eight hours after her parents, her grandmother, and a local cyclist died in Wednesday’s attack in Chevaline.