Three people have been injured in a shooting in Sweden’s third-largest city, Malmo. Police have locked down the area and are currently searching for the shooter.
The shooting occurred in a building on Ystadvagen Street in Malmo overnight Saturday, according to a police statement. Two people suffered life-threatening injuries, one other was left with minor injuries.
Neither the number of offenders nor their whereabouts are known so far, police said in statement.
The building, according to police, is likely a community property rented out for organizing events. About 70 to 100 people were there at the time of the attack, according to local media reports.
According to reports in local media, a man entered the building shouting “Who hit my brother?” before opening fire.
RT has reached out to Swedish police, who said they could not confirm at the moment whether the incident was isolated or related to gang violence, according to police spokesperson Anna Goransson.
The police are currently talking to witnesses and checking CCTV cameras. The traffic in the area is currently locked down and will be restored after the examination.