Published on Jul 5, 2022
Police rule out 'act of terror' in Copenhagen shooting, send suspect to 24 days in mental facility
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The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook The suspect in the Copenhagen mall shooting in which three people were killed and several others injured has been sent to a psychiatric ward for 24 days, Danish officials said Monday.
Ten people were shot and 20 people were injured in the chaotic evacuation from the mall on Sunday in Denmark's capital, police said.
The suspect has been identified as a 22-year-old Danish man, who is in police custody.
The deceased include "a 17-year-old male Danish citizen, a 17-year-old female Danish citizen and a 46-year-old Russian man who lived in Copenhagen," officials said.
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