When shooting in a Finnish city on the border with Russia, killing three people
In the Finnish town of Imatra, located near the border with Russia, shooting occurred. Killing three people, reports Yle.fi.
The message on incident arrived in law enforcement agencies on Sunday night, December 4. Police confirmed the attack, but the number of victims did not specify. As the correspondent of the portal, the bodies of three victims were in one of the restaurants in the city centre.
After reports of the shooting shut down the remaining establishments are located nearby.
The suspect is detained. The reasons crimes are not reported.
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The evening of 2 December by four men armed with automatic rifles opened fire in a cafe in the Swedish capital of Stockholm. Two people were killed, one received minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. The attackers fled the scene in a white car with tinted Windows. The victims were 20-year-old brothers. According to preliminary data, they were targets of assassins.
The population of Imatra is about 30 thousand inhabitants. Seven kilometers from the city is the Russian Svetogorsk.