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No police or bystanders were injured in the incident, which occurred near the Grand Palais exhibition hall.Police searched on Monday night the residence the suspect shared with his family in Plessis-Pate, a town about 40 minutes' drive from central Paris.'Some shouted at me to get away.'Police closed two of the Metro stations on the Champs-Elysees, but two hours after the attack tourists were back taking selfies of the Arc de Triomphe and visiting shops.Collomb said the attack 'shows once again that the threat (of an attack) remains extremely high in France'.Diaziri's father is a businessman and his mother a nurse, and he had a brother and two sisters.
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Dzaziri managed to own the weapons despite the fact that he was raised in the hardline Salafi Islamic ideology and had been on a terror watchlist since 2015.
Dzaziri pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group in a letter found by investigators, a source close to the probe said Tuesday.
Neighbours said the Dzaziri had lived in the area all his life, and over the past few years had developed a strong interest in groups such as Islamic State.
Dzaziri's father, who was not named, told the Parisian newspaper: 'I wasn't aware of anything. Sources previously said that there were multiple gas bottles in the car.