A motive is unclear in their 50s at a high school in Malmo, police say behind the murder of two women.
At a high school, two female teachers have been killed in southern Sweden by a student, police stated on Tuesday.
The 18-year-old student on Monday was; arrested in Malmo, Sweden’s third-largest city at the scene. The victims were in their 50s, police conveyed.
The suspect was not hitherto known and had no criminal record yet, and police did not reveal to the police how the teachers were; killed. A motive has not been; established.
Malmo police chief Petra Stenkula “For now, it is far too early to comment on that,” exposed a news conference.
She declared officers found the suspect and two victims 10 minutes after they were alerted on the third floor of the downtown Malmo Latin School, counting that the case was then; “under authority”.
Sekula did not confirm a report, saying the male student himself called authorities to say by the Aftonbladet newspaper he had killed two people, was on the third floor had put down his weapons.
Police made “seizures” and will allow us to better understand in a forensic examination “what happened”, Stenkula expressed of any further injuries, adding authorities have no information.
Police communicated on Monday; they were called; at 5:12 pm. Scores of ambulances to the school and patrol cars rushed, and armed police who were; cordoned off were; seen entering the building.
Which has about 1,100 pupils, students at the school had gathered to work on a musical, and inside classrooms, students locked themselves.
Sweden’s Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson reacted according to the Swedish news; agency TT “with sadness; and dismay” to the killings. More details