Danish shopping centre evacuated after shots fired

 
Danish shopping centre evacuated after shots fired
DENMARK -- Shots were fired near the shopping centre Magasin in Lyngby on Tuesday night. According to police, two people have been shot - one is in critical condition, confirms North Zealand Police to BT.

Hundreds of people have evacuated from the shopping centre, where police are massively present.

According to TV2 Lorry, the police task force has arrived at the popular centre.

The shooting took place on Tuesday night shortly after 19:00. According to BT's information, the shooting has occurred in the parking lot outside the shopping centre.

To BT, a witness says:

"I was on the top floor of the mall with my wife. There was a window open, and we could hear 5-6 shots. We looked at each other and agreed that it was shots. I could see out the window, there were several women who ran from the site and some hid," said the witness, who also saw two ambulances arrive at the site.

On Tuesday evening at around. 21:00 there is no information about who has shot.

According to TV2 Lorry, police are inside the centre to look for one or possible more perpetrators.

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