After Norway attack with bow and arrows, Danish citizen detained

In Norway, a violent attack with a bow and arrows has left five people dead and two seriously injured. A Danish citizen suspected of committing the crimes has been detained and charged, British news portal The Guardian reports.
Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) reported that on Wednesday, October 13, police in Kongsberg, a municipality of about 28,000 people, received reports at 6.13pm local time that a man was walking around the town centre firing a bow and arrow.
A woman who witnessed some of the attack, Hansine, told TV2 channel she had heard a disturbance, then saw a woman taking cover and «a man standing on the corner with arrows in a quiver on his shoulder and a bow in his hand».
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Øyvind Aas, the police chief in Kongsberg, about 70km south-west of the capital, Oslo, told a press conference earlier on Wednesday night that the alleged attacker had been arrested and «according to our information, is the only person implicated».
Aas informed that there had been «a confrontation» between officers and the assailant, but he did not elaborate. Two people were in intensive care, including an off-duty police officer, The Guardian wrote.