Four people wounded in Malmö shooting

At least four injured after gunman opens fire on crowd celebrating World Cup win in Sweden

Shooting injures 4 in Sweden's Malmö

Swedish news agency TT said the incident happened in Malmo just after 8pm and quoted the city's police department saying "there is no reason for the public to worry". According to local media, the attack took place in the downtown Drottninggatan area.

Early reports indicate that four people have been shot.

Local outlet Aftonbladet said the shootings took place next to a police station so officers were on the scene immediately.

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The man reportedly fired an automatic weapon at the crowd, who were celebrating Sweden's 1-0 victory against Korea, this evening.

"There are no signs that this is terror-related", said police spokesman Fredrik Bratt.

"Things move fast when criminal networks start shooting each other". We do not want to see that.

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