Murder Investigation at EuroAirport

A murder investigation has been launched after an air traffic controller was found stabbed to death at the EuroAirport, France, which serves Basel, Switzerland, Mulhouse, France and Freiburg, Germany.
French police issued a statement saying the 34-year-old man was found in a pool of blood in an office inside the control tower that is within its security zone and is only accessible to those carrying an identity badge. He had been stabbed in the throat, lung and chest.
The victim, who has not yet been named, is described as a married father of one and a: “senior controller” at the airport.
He was found shortly after 0800 local time by an airport employee and the police have said the murder weapon was not found at the scene.
An airport spokesman has said that air traffic movements were not affected.