At least 5 dead after bow and arrow riot in Norway
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At least 5 people were killed and at least two more injured after a man committed a bow and arrow rampage in Kongsberg, Norway, on Wednesday night.
The unidentified assailant was arrested and a terrorism investigation was launched.
A man reportedly started shooting arrows at a Co-Op supermarket in a small mining town about 80 miles from the capital Oslo.
Police arrested the man 30 minutes after he started shooting arrows at people.
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Express UK reported:
A TERROR probe was launched after at least five people were killed when a man unleashed himself with a bow and arrow in Norway today.
The unidentified suspect reportedly started firing the gun at a Co-Op supermarket in the small mining town of Kongsberg, about 80 miles from the capital Oslo. He was later detained by the police, who said they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the attack.
Tonight, Police Chief Oeyvind Aas confirmed that they could not rule out terrorism as a motive for the attack, which occurred in a “wide area”.
He also confirmed that no Co-Op employees were injured in the attack.
The chief police officer also revealed that the suspect was arrested after a “confrontation” with police officers, but said that none of his officers were injured.
Norway – Several killed in Kongsberg bow and arrow attack – Police were seen patrolling the streets of Kongsberg, Norway, on Wednesday night after at least four people were killed and several more wounded by a gunman with a bow and arrow. Oeyvind Aas said pic.twitter.com/sHHHG8i4HC
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