Swedish police say interviewing two people in relation to truck attack

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April 7, 2017 20:13
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Swedish police said they were interviewing two people in relation to a deadly truck attack in the capital Stockholm on Friday.

"I can confirm that we have taken in two people for questioning, but that does not necessary means that they are suspects," police spokesman Lars Bystrom said.

"We want to talk to everybody who knows anything about this and sometimes it's better to talk at the police station than place of event."

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