Danish police have arrested a 22-year-old man in connection with a shooting at a Copenhagen shopping centre.
Copenhagen shooting: Danish police cannot rule out terror in mall attack.
The attack follows a deadly shooting in neighbouring Norway last week, in which two people were killed by a lone shooter in the capital Oslo.
The terrorist threat against Denmark is currently assessed to be “serious”, with the biggest threat coming from “militant Islamism”, according to the latest report from the Danish Security and Intelligence Service.
Field’s seen from the south (next to the tall Ferring Building).
Field’s is the second-largest shopping centre in Denmark after Waves and one of the largest in Scandinavia. However, with approximately DKK 2.75 billion in turnover, Steen & Strøm’s Field’s in Ørestad, Copenhagen, has the highest turnover of the Danish malls.
Field’s is located in Ørestad, Copenhagen, close to the E20 motorway and Ørestad station on the Copenhagen Metro. It takes 10 minutes from Ørestad station to the city centre (Kongens Nytorv Station). Alternatively, it takes seven minutes by regional trains on a direct railway link to Copenhagen Central Station.