At least five people have been killed and at least two others injured after a man chased a bow and arrow in Kongsberg, Norway, on Wednesday night.
The unnamed attacker was arrested and a terrorist investigation was launched.
According to reports, a man started firing arrows at a Co-Op Supermarket in a small mining town about 80 kilometers from the capital Oslo.
Police arrested the man 30 minutes after he started shooting at people with arrows.
Express UK reported:
A TERROR investigation has been launched after at least five people were killed when a man in Norway today with a bow and arrow on a rush.
The unnamed suspect allegedly started firing the weapon in a Co-Op supermarket in the small mining town of Kongsberg – about 80 kilometers from the capital Oslo. He was later detained by police – who said they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the attack.
Police Chief Oeyvind Aas confirmed tonight that they could not rule out terrorism as a motivation for the attack – which happened over a ‘wide area’.
He also confirmed that no Co-Op employees were injured in the attack.
Top police also revealed that the suspect was arrested after a ‘confrontation’ with police officers – but said none of his officers were injured.
Norway: Several deaths 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 others injured by a man armed with a bow and arrow. Oeyvind Aas said pic.twitter.com/sHHHG8i4HC
– World News 24 (@ DailyWorld24) 13 October 2021