Swedish police shoot, arrest man after three women attacked

Swedish police shoot, arrest man after three women attacked
Swedish police shoot, arrest man after three women attacked

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Swedish police said today they had shot and arrested a man who allegedly injured three elderly women with a sharp object in the central town of Vasteras. — Reuters pic

STOCKHOLM, April 19 — Swedish police said today they had shot and arrested a man who allegedly injured three elderly women with a sharp object in the central town of Vasteras.

The women, aged between 65 to 80, were found injured outdoors and taken to hospital, police said on their website.

“Police arrested a man in the vicinity of the crime scene. In connection with his arrest, a situation arose and a police officer fired their weapon,” the statement said.

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“The man was injured and has been taken to hospital, his condition is unknown,” it added.

Daily Aftonbladet said the man was armed with a knife at the time of his arrest.

Two of the three women were in serious condition but stable, while the perpetrator was shot in the leg, the paper reported.

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It said the man was in his 30s and known to police, with a criminal record for drug offences.

Vasteras is located 120 kilometres west of Stockholm. — AFP

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