A 37-year-old Danish man has been arrested after seven people were killed in a deadly bow and arrow attack in Oslo last night.
Police say the man killed last night in Norway with a bow and arrow may have been a radical.
Four women and a man were killed and two others were injured when a man attacked them with a deadly weapon inside the Coop Extra supermarket on Wednesday evening.
The bomber struck shortly after 6:12 p.m. in the town of Kangsburg, southwest of Oslo, and was confronted by police shortly after the attack.
Sky News. It is reported that the arrested person was first given the flag of Islamic fundamentalism.
The man’s arrest was delayed as he moved throughout the city during the attack.
Locals were ordered to stay indoors during the incident and authorities sealed off several large areas of the town.
Police Prosecutor Ann Erin Swan Matheson told locals. News TV2 shop that this man lived in Kingsburg for many years and the police knew.
He is thought to have survived an earlier attempt to oust him following Norwegian police for three hours.
A spokesman for Coop Supermarkets said last night: “We can confirm that something serious has happened in our store and that none of our employees have been physically injured.
“We are now concerned about the whereabouts of our employees, and beyond that, we refer to the police investigation.”