Five people were killed and two injured in a bow and arrow attack in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg on Wednesday.
After the murders, a 37-year-old man has been arrested and charged. The suspect is a Danish citizen who lives in the town, police said in a statement early Thursday, CNN reports.
Norway’s intelligence service announced on Thursday: the murders “appeared … to be an act of terrorism”. The killer, Danish national Espen Andersen, had been a “known” threat. Andersen was a Muslim convert and extremist, but might also have had psychiatric problems, EUobserver reports.