A 29-year-old Turk was arrested Monday morning in Rouen, three days after the deadly assault of a Guinean teacher-researcher near Rouen. Known to the police, the suspect has a "psychiatric history".

A man suspected of being the author of the deadly assault that killed Mamoudou Barry, a Guinean teacher-researcher near Rouen, was arrested Monday, police said, confirming information from LCI.

A Turk with a "psychiatric history"

According to information from Europe 1, the suspect is Turkish. Born in 1990, he was arrested "this morning in Rouen at 9:30" and has a "psychiatric history", said this source. He is also known to the police for narcotics cases. The researcher died Saturday of his injuries after being beaten Friday night in Canteleu. Described as "racist" by his family, the aggression provoked excitement and many political reactions, many of which evoked one or more "Algerian supporters", the facts having taken place shortly before the final of the African Cup. nations between Algeria and Senegal.