Anders Behring Breivik, the self-confessed perpetrator of Norway's twin terror attacks, may have filmed his massacre of 69 people at an island party summer camp, Sky News reports.
Christian Hatlo, a police lawyer in Oslo, said Breivik had referred to having filmed the 72-minute shooting spree on Utoya Island, which came just hours after the 32-year-old allegedly killed eight people with a car bomb near government buildings in the Norwegian capital.
"We have information from his manifesto and from earlier questioning indicating that he did have a camera," Hatlo told Sky News.
The far-right extremist referred to plans to film the July 22 attacks in his 1500-page manifesto saying he intended to send the films to the media.
Hatlo said police did not rule out that Breivik's camera may be on the small island in Tyrifjorden, where hundreds of computers, cameras and cell phones have been found after the killings.