During a press conference on Friday morning, police say a man is wanted in connection with the shooting.
The Oslo police district confirms that the man wanted internationally today is Arfan Qadeer Bhatti.
Enoksen says it is too early to comment on the basis of the indictment.
– He is accused of complicity in this shooting in Oslo on June 25 and is accused of violating the provision on terrorism, he says.
Collaborate with the Pakistani police
– Why don’t you go get it?
– It will be important to travel there. We may have been there before, but what I can say is that we have good cooperation with the Pakistani police.
Enoksen says it is Bhatti and Matapour who have been charged in the case so far, but that they are also concerned that there are more people behind the action.
– We cannot rule out that there will be more charges in the case, but at the moment it is these two who have been charged, he says.
Asked if Bhatti was interrogated in Pakistan, Enoksen denies it
The Oslo district court has appointed lawyer Svein Holden as a defense counsel.
NRK has been in contact with Holden, who does not wish to comment on the matter.
According to what NRK has experienced Norwegian police have long tried to persuade Pakistani authorities to arrest Arfan Bhatti, without success.
According to John Christian Elden, Bhatti’s longtime defender, he was also interrogated by Pakistani police. The one following a request from Norway.
He claims that Bhatti has been at a known address in Pakistan since before the summer.
Martin Bernsen, senior consultant in PST, confirms to NRK that they are assisting the Oslo police district in the case.
Already convicted of shooting
Arfan Bhatti is a Norwegian Islamist convicted of participating in the shooting in the Oslo synagogue in 2006.
On the same day as the mass shooting in Oslo, NRK reported it Arfan Bhatti had posted quotes about gay killing on Facebook.
On June 14, the Islamist posted a photo of a burning rainbow flag and a quote calling for the murder of homosexuals.
He was also convicted of threats and shooting a person during a torpedo mission. Bhatti praised Osama bin Laden and supports Sharia law.
Elden has also been appointed defense attorney for terrorism accused Zaniar Matapour.
It is not possible for him to represent both clients if they are accused in the same case.
– No, it can be hard to do, Elden tells NRK.
NRK tried to contact Bhatti without success.
He didn’t give an explanation
On Monday this week, the Oslo District Court ruled that Zaniar Matapour’s detention will be extended for four more weeks.
He was therefore present in court, but did not testify.
Matapour has therefore not yet allowed himself to be interrogated by the police.
The 43-year-old is accused of having committed murder and attempted murder with terrorist intent afterwards the shooting in Rosenkrantz street.
Matapour is currently forcibly admitted to the Regional Security Post of Haukeland University Hospital for judicial observation.
Two people were killed and 21 people were physically injured after the mass shooting.