Iranian police have detained the owner of the car involved in the shooting of the nephew of former Iranian Prime Minister Mir-Hossein Mousavi.
"After thorough investigations, police have identified the owner of the car involved in the suspicious killing (of Mousavi's nephew)," an informed source told Fardanews website on Wednesday.
The source added that the car owner claimed that his black Nissan Patrol was stolen a few days before the incident and could not find it.
However, the car owner is currently in detention because he failed to report it missing. Police say he is one of the people suspected to be behind the killing.
Seyyed Ali Habibi Mousavi Khamene, the defeated presidential candidate's nephew, was killed during an anti-government protest in Tehran on Sunday.
On Tuesday, Tehran's police said the 42-year-old Mousavi's nephew was not involved in the Ashura unre
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