The suspect of the massacre of a Kurdish family in Konya in Turkey was captured six days after the incident and arrested. Seven family members, four of them female, were killed in the massacre on 30 July.
The excerpts and transcripts of relevant video recordings in the case file were accessed and details were published by MA.
Through an analysis of the recordings, it appears that the suspect, Mehmet Altun, rented a blue Renault Clio on 29 July.
Some footage reportedly showed Altun buying a 5-litre bottle of water, emptying it and filling it with gasoline in a filling station half an hour before the incident.
The suspect arrived at the house of the Dedeoğlu family at 5:56pm and left after a while, then returned at 6:19 pm. The recordings of the 23 minute interval are not included in the transcript, MA reports.
After his second arrival, Altun forced the family members with his gun to gather at a spot in the garden, closed the garden gate, sat on a chair and started talking with the family.
The security camera at the house shows Altun pointing his gun first at Yaşar Dedeoğlu, while Serpil Dedeoğlu picked something from the ground and threw it at Altun.
As the family members tried to stop Altun and take his gun, he fired and first shot Metin. After he turned and shot Metin and Barış, he reloaded his gun and went after Sibel, who was trying to escape.
Altun is then seen collecting the gasoline from the car and reentering the garden.
At the end of a video transcript, it is indicated that the recordings show fumes coming from the house and Altun getting into the car, driving away.