Mayor Jan van Zaanen has said at least three people were killed and five injured in Monday morning’s shooting on a Utrecht tram, police confirmed in the afternoon, revising down the injury total from nine. Three of those are seriously injured, Zaanen said in a short statement. ‘Our thoughts are with the victims families and the witnesses of the attack, he said.We cannot exclude, in fact we are assuming, that there was a terrorist motive,’ he said.A shooter has been named but ‘we cannot exclude there being others,’ he said. Dutch Police have circulated photographs of the man suspected of carrying out the shooting, whom they named as 37-year-old Gökmen Tanis, born in Turkey. Tanis is said to have a long history of petty crime and in 2013 was arrested for attempted manslaughter after firing a gun at a block of flats.