The five victims of last week's attack in Norway were all stabbed to death, rather than killed by bow-and-arrow as previously thought, police said Monday.
The attacker who went on a rampage in a town in Norway killed his five victims using a “sharp object,” not a bow and arrow as had been widely reported, the Norwegian police announced Monday.
Norwegian police said that the suspect's apparent mental illness was the likely cause for the attack that killed five people.
Police in Norway say the five people who died in an attack last week by a man carrying a bow and arrows were actually killed by a "sharp object". The suspect, Espen Andersen Brathen, also shot at ...
Five people killed in a small Norwegian town last week were all stabbed to death and not shot with a bow and arrows as initially suspected, police said on Monday.
Norwegian police say the Danish man suspected of killing five people and injuring three in an attack in the southern town of Kongsberg last week may have used “stabbing weapons” in the massacre along ...
The five people killed in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg last Wednesday died from stab wounds and not from bow and arrow shots as previously reported, police said at a press conference Monday, a ...
In a reversal of information, police in Norway now say that the man who killed five people in Norway last week used “stabbing weapons,” not a bow and arrows as police initially told media outlets.
The man who killed five and wounded two others in a bow and arrow attack last week in Norway also stabbed the victims, police said Monday.
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