One dead, five wounded in Malmo shooting

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

Police said security at a hospital was stepped up after the gunfire was reported.

There were no indications the incident was related to terrorism, and the police had made no arrests, said force spokeswoman Maya Forstenius.

While details are still sketchy, four people have been reportedly wounded as celebrations erupted across the city in the wake of Sweden's win over Korea at the World Cup.

Witnesses told local media that they heard 15 to 20 shots at around 18:15 in the centre of the city.

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A police spokesman said: "We have sealed off the area and are conducting interviews and will interview those who are injured if they can or are willing to speak". Investigators suggest that automatic weapons were used, and are searching for a dark auto that was seen leaving the scene at high speed, Aftonbladet reports.

A shooting has happened in Malmo, Sweden.

Police are now investigating the attack. He also said that the influx of migrants has badly affected the social and criminal situation in the country.

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