Turkish officials said Friday that a suspected ISIS militant was killed in an attack in Istanbul that killed three people, including a child.
Turkey has previously reported that three people were killed in the attack, which was also claimed by Kurdish militants.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is on a visit to Afghanistan, said Friday his government was looking into the attack.
The military said in a statement that the suspected attacker was a senior ISIS operative in Turkey.
The military said the operation targeted “terrorists,” not ISIS.ISIS has claimed responsibility for previous bombings in Turkey and the southern province of Gaziantep.
In May, Turkish authorities said the group’s senior commander, Abu Sayyaf, had been killed in a gunbattle with soldiers in Istanbul.
The group has since been known to carry out bombings and suicide attacks in Turkey, Afghanistan and Syria.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.