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The service said Bouanane was not among the around 350 people it was monitoring in its terrorism prevention programme.
Bouanane appeared in court via video link last week, and confessed to carrying out the attack in Turku, but denied he had a terrorist motive.
Police have said he targeted women in the Friday afternoon attack at a market square in the southwestern port city.
But based on what the investigator has presented thus far, the crime was not necessarily with terrorist intent,' his lawyer Kaarle Gummerus said at the time of the hearing last week.
He appeared via video link at a court in Turku, where the horrific stabbing frenzy happened on Friday.