Tourists' shock as police open fire at a 'suspicious' car near a Marbella nightclub

This is the shocking moment Spanish police fire at a 'suspicious' car seven times on Puerto Banus in Marbella near the Tibu nightclub at 6.30am this morning. They had tried to stop the car.
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