Mass arrests after Malmö shoot-out
Twenty-seven men were arrested in Malmö last night, suspected of attempted murder and gun crimes. Police were present in the Rosengård area, when two groups opened fire on each other in between the apartment buildings.
The police said that they partly witnessed the shoot-out which happened around 11 pm.
“We managed to cordon off the area very quickly and could arrest these people who were at the scene at the time,” said Hans Nilsson, officer in command with the police Region South.
“It’s a pure miracle that no one was hurt,” he added.
With 40 years experience from police work, he said that he has never seen arrests on such a grand scale.
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Source News: Radio Sweden
Photo: Johan Nilsson / TT