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Norway bow and arrow suspect had been flagged for radicalisation, police say

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The suspect in the Norway bow and arrow rampage which left five people dead had been flagged for possible signs of radicalisation, police said.

Officers had been worried about signs the man, who was a Muslim convert, may have been radicalised, police chief Ole Bredrup Saeverud said at a news conference.

The 37-year-old Danish man is in custody.

According to prosecutor Ann Iren Svane Matthiassen, he admitted carrying out the attack in Kongsberg, to the southwest of capital Oslo which also left two others wounded.

 Sky News

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Written by: Rother Radio News


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