There is no evidence the fatal shooting of three people in Brussels was anti-semitic, a spokeswoman for the prosecutors office has said.
Ine Van Wymersch said there was "no clear information about the perpetrator."
She added: "Regarding the motive, we have little information. Everything is possible."
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