Two dead in knife attack at IKEA store in Sweden

By REUTERS
August 10, 2015 15:54

 
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STOCKHOLM - Two people were killed and one seriously injured in a knife attack at an IKEA store in the city of Vesteras, about an hour west of the Swedish capital Stockholm, police said on Monday.

Police said they had received a call reporting injuries at the IKEA store at around 1300 CET (1100 GMT).

"We found a man and a woman who had knife injuries and who later died of their wounds," Vastmanland police said in a statement.

Another person was seriously injured.

The police said they had taken a man into custody suspected of murder.



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