One shot as the Malmö murder wave continues

 
One shot as the Malmö murder wave continues
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SWEDEN -- A 25-year-old man was found shot in Malmö during the night. He was taken to hospital but died from the injuries.

Police have launched a preliminary investigation of murder.

- There are witnesses and we have made certain findings, says police officer Mikael Lindh, to Aftonbladet.

The police were alerted about the injured man who was shot at 02:08 in the night between Wednesday and Thursday.

Passers-by had found him on a street in Malmö.

The man was taken to hospital with very serious injuries.

Later, the police announced that the man had died. He is identified, is 25 years old and a residents of Malmö. Relatives are informed of the death.

- What we found out so far is that he is not known by us from earlier, says Mikael Lindh.

The continuous murder wave in Malmö puts additional strain on the already used up police force:

READ: Police ordered: Put everyday crime aside

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