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Roser Ventura, whose father owns the vineyard, said he also alerted the regional Catalan police when he saw a car crossing their property at high speed at a time when they were closed to visitors.
She claimed that a man then approached the house but ran away when she shouted to him. Police were telling locals to stay inside amid fears Abouyaaquob had an accomplice who was still on the loose, but this information has been confirmed as false A spokesman for Spain's anti-terror police tweeted on Monday night: 'Our gratitude to Citizen X for his decisive collaboration in the operation in Subirats.
You are an important piece to fight terrorism.' Abouyaacoub had been on the run since last Thursday when he escaped the scene of the Barcelona atrocity on foot before hi-jacking a car, stabbing its driver to death and ramming into a police blockade.
Somehow he escaped the blockade and went into hiding before today being spotted by the vineyard owner.
Police confirmed on Monday that he was killed in an explosion in Alcanar on Wednesday Abdelbaki Es Satty (left), an extremist imam and likely plot mastermind, was killed in an explosion at a bomb factory in Alcanar on Wednesday.
Younes Abouyaaquob (right) was shot dead by police on Monday The brother of dead Cambrils attacker Moussa.
A vineyard owner has been praised by Spanish police after he ended the manhunt for Europe's most wanted man who crushed 13 people to death with a van in Barcelona.
That means that all men named as suspects in the attack are now accounted for, though police say they will not be closing their investigation yet.Inter-city trains on a main railway line crossing a bridge over the road where he was shot were allowed to continue operating as normal.On Monday authorities named Abouyaaquob as the man who drove the van that plowed down the city's famed Las Ramblas promenade, killing 13 pedestrians and injuring 120 others.Spanish authorities have now raised the death toll in the country's two vehicle attacks to 15, with some 50 people still being treated in hospital for their injuries.The 15th victim was named as Pau Pérez, a driver found stabbed to death in his car in the town of Sant Just Desvern, outside of Barcelona.