Kongsberg attack: Several killed in suspected bow and arrow attack in Norway

The suspected attacker was using a bow and arrow, a spokesman for The precinct in southeastern Norway, which includes Kongsberg, told CNN on Wednesday. local police were first warned the suspect at 6:15 pm local time, he added.

The attacker allegedly acted alone. An arrest has been made and there is “no” active Search for more peoplesaid Øyvind Aas, police chief of the provincial capital of Drammen, in a press conference after the attack.

The perpetrator “moved” over a big area”While wearing out the attack, he also said.

“Unfortunately, we can’t confirm that there are several wounded and several killed as one result of the action. The injured have been taken to hospital for therapy. Kongsberg Municipality has been notified and has set up crisis teams help and follow up with die who need it,” said Ace.

Kongsberg is 85 kilometers (about 53 miles) west of capital city Oslo.

An unnamed man has been arrested.

Authorities have not ruled out the possibility of An terror attack. “Of the course of events, it is natural to consider of this is an act of terrorism,” says Aas.

“The arrested person has not been questioned and it is therefore too early to say anything here over to say and what the motivation of the person was.”

In the wake of the attack, Norwegian police in the whole country has the rare order to carry firearms as a precaution.

“Due to the serious incident in Kongsberg where several people were killed and injured tonight, the police in Norway is temporarily armed,” Norwegian police said in a statement on Wednesday.

“This is an additional emergency measure,” says in the explanation added. “The police currently have no concrete indications that there is a change in the threat level in the country.”

Under Norwegian law, officers must usually have prior permission to carry firearms.

Speaking at a press conference in Oslo, Erna Solberg, the outgoing of the country prime minister, described the developments in Kongsberg as “horrific” and promised that “all necessary means” will be deployed.

“The Perpetrator Has Behaved” out horrible deeds against multiple people. It’s a very dramatic situation die has hit Kongsberg society hard, and the events shake us everyone,” she said.

The attack comes on Eve of An new government in Norway, na last the parliamentary elections of the month dethroned the long-ruling conservative party. Labor leader Jonas Gahr Støre assumes that the role of prime minister on Thursday.

On a Facebook post, Store described the Kongsberg attack as a “cruel and brutal act.”

“My thoughts and deepest condolences now go to those affected, their families and to the police, health personnel and rescuers who are now working full time to give an overview and die to assist who need help.”

A far-right extremist killed 77 people in    Norway.  A decade on, 'the hate is still' out there' but the attacker's influence is seen as low

The attack comes just over a decade since Norway’s worst terrorist attack.

In July 2011, Norwegian far-right extremist Anders Behring Brevik killed 77 people, a lot of of die teenagers, in a bomb attack and gun disaster. He was sentenced to 21 years in prison, the maximum possible term.

In August 2019, another man armed and stormed a mosque in Oslo with guns before they are overpowered. Which year, the country’s intelligence agency reported that right-wing terrorism was on the rise worldwide, warning that the country would likely be targeted in the near future.

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