OSLO - Norwegian police freed several people who were briefly detained on Sunday after a raid prompted by attacks that have killed 93 people, a police lawyer told Reuters.
"The people detained and brought in for questioning have been released. They were in no way linked to the case," Anders Frydenberg said. Police are trying to see if the main suspect acted alone.
Frydenberg said that no explosives were found in the raid on buildings in north east Oslo.