Copenhagen: Danish police reported on Monday that four persons, including two Swedish citizens, were in a critical but stable condition after being injured in a shooting that occurred at a Copenhagen shopping centre on Sunday and left three people dead.
Police did not have any evidence that the shooting was a “act of terror” or that the suspect would have collaborated with others, Chief Police Inspector Soren Thomassen said reporters.
A man and a woman both aged 17 were killed, along with a Russian national aged 47 who lived in Denmark, according to him.No evidence that the shooting was a “act of terror” or that the suspect would have collaborated with others was present, according to the police.
At least three people were killed and a number of others were injured in the shooting at the Copenhagen mall by the young Dane who has been named as a suspect. The incident happened on Sunday when the suspect entered the sizable Fields shopping centre, which is situated halfway between Copenhagen Airport and the city centre. The suspect has been detained by the Danish police, who are now looking into the situation to see if there is any connection to terrorism.
widespread gun culture
More than seven persons were impacted by a string of gunshots that took place in Copenhagen in February 2015. In a recent terrible occurrence, a shooter in Oslo opened fire close to a homosexual bar, killing two people and injuring another 21. The culture of gun ownership poses a threat to humanity and accelerates the spread of terrorism.