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Police in Turkey have identified the man suspected of gunning down 39 people and injuring 69 others inside an Istanbul nightclub, John Huddy reported.

While the man's name has not been released Huddy said police were able to gather personal identifiers from fingerprints and a weapon left at the scene.

The man is said to be from Kyrgyzstan, which lies between Kazakhstan and China.

Huddy said the man's alleged homeland is of interest because the suspected terrorists involved in the Ataturk Airport bombing hailed from Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan and may be part of the same terror cell as this suspect.

The suspect took a silent selfie video of himself meandering through Taksim Square in Istanbul, with unassuming tourists walking nearby.

Watch the full report above and let us know what you think in the comments.

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