Sweden shooting: At least 3 hurt in Kristianstad as cops hunt shooter

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    Several criminal activity scenes remain in location after 3 were seriously hurt in the shooting (Picture: EPA)

    At least 3 individuals have actually been hurt in a daytime shooting near a shopping center in Sweden.

    A big cops operation is underway in the southern city of Kristianstad after several gunshots were heard at around 3: 40pm on Tuesday.

    ‘Several people have been found in various locations in the area with suspected gunshot wounds,’ cops spokesperson Rickard Lundqvist was estimated as stating.

    ‘We ave criminal examination steps in location and it has to do with questioning witnesses, cordoning off, protecting and looking for hints. 

    ‘In parallel, we are looking for one or more perpetrators who have left the place. No one is currently detained.’

    The regional authority stated a guy in his 20s, a guy in his 30s and a female in her 60s are being dealt with for severe injuries.

    At least 2 locations have actually been cordoned off as presumed criminal activity scenes, consisting of the Gamlegadens shopping center.

    Police keep an eye on the location at the scene of a shooting in Kristianstad (Picture: EPA)
    The event occurred near the Gamlegadens shopping center (Picture: EPA)

    The intention for the attack is uncertain.

    According to regional media channel SVT, cops are on responsibility outside the medical facility due to the hazard versus the victims. 

    Those hurt were discovered in the district of Nasby, which has actually been categorized by cops as a susceptible location due to current riots and murders.

    On Monday night, cops looked out to loud bangs in the exact same location and discovered proof of gunshots however no victims. 

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