China News Agency, Beijing, July 4th. Copenhagen News: On the afternoon of July 3 local time, a shooting occurred in a shopping mall in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, killing three people and injuring many others, three of them seriously.
The police have arrested a suspect and will appear in court on the 4th local time for interrogation.
About 11 minutes after the shooting, police arrested a 22-year-old Danish man who was in possession of Guns and ammunition.
At present, the motive of the man's crime is not clear, and it is not clear whether the man has any accomplices.
Thomason said police would launch a massive investigation in Copenhagen to determine if anyone else was involved in the shooting.
According to the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, the dead included a man in his 40s, a young man and a young woman.
CNN reported that several injured have been sent to Denmark's largest hospital, Copenhagen University Hospital, for treatment.
On the evening of July 3, local time, Danish Prime Minister Fraser Ricksen issued a statement saying that "Denmark was brutally attacked on Sunday night." She said the incident was "incomprehensible" and "heartbreaking" ” and extend our deepest sympathies and condolences to those injured and deceased in this incident and their relatives, as well as to “all the Danes who have been in close contact with these horrific events.”
According to the BBC, the prime ministers of Finland, Ireland and Norway all expressed shock at the shooting and expressed condolences to the families of those affected.
The British "Guardian" reported that after the shooting, British singer Harry Styles's scheduled concert at the Royal Arena near the shopping center that night was canceled; Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik planned to attend a reception. got canceled.
The Associated Press said the shooting was the worst in Denmark since February 2015, when a 22-year-old man opened fire in the capital Copenhagen, killing two people and wounding several police officers.