Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, has been identified as the delivery truck driver who crashed into a crowd of celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, France, killing at least 84 people and wounding dozens more. Bouhlel was identified by a photo ID card left at the scene, authorities said. Bouhlel, a resident of Nice who is French-Tunisian, was killed in a shootout with police. He had a record of domestic violence, theft, road rage and other crimes, but was not known to anti-terror police and other intelligence services, The Telegraph reports. Police raided his apartment after the attack. His ex-wife and other family members have been taken into custody for questioning as police frantically try to determine whether he was acting alone. There have been no official claims of responsibility for the attack, but accounts affiliated with ISIS have celebrated the massacre. Click through the gallery to see photos from the raid on Bouhlel's apartment in Nice. (Getty)
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