Two dead, four injured in Sweden shooting, not terrorism-related

Nellie Chapman
June 20, 2018

Tabloid Aftonbladet quoted witnesses saying they heard what sounded like 15 to 20 shots.

Swedish police said there was no cause for the public to be alarmed after a several people were shot in Malmo in southern Sweden, news agency TT reported.

Two men aged 18 and 29 were slain in an internet café near the city centre of Malmö last night, and four others injured.

The shooting occurred in the city center, police said, adding that it is not believed to be terror-related.

A police spokesman told AFP that the possibility of a terrorist link to the attack had been discounted.

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All five were taken to hospital after the shooting.

The police refused to comment on the identity of the possible attacker or attackers.

Police spokeswoman Maya Forstenius said investigators are looking for a dark vehicle.

Malmo is located in the south west of Sweden and is the first port of entry for those travelling across the Oresund Bridge from Denmark.

Swedish police said the motive for the attack is not yet known.

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