Just mere hours on Saturday, after a gunman opened fire during a free-speech rally at a Copenhagen café, three people including two police officers were injured in another shooting near a synagogue also in Copenhagen. Danish authorities are still unsure whether the shootings are connected. Copenhagen police say one person was shot in the head while the two officers were shot in the arms and legs. The suspect fled on foot.
The shooting at the synagogue tonight comes as police were looking for at least one gunman day in the attack earlier in the at the Krudttoenden cafe, which Danish officials described as terrorism and an assassination attempt. One person was shot in the head and two police officers injured after a gunman opened fire in a central Copenhagen synagogue. A nearby railway station was evacuated. It comes hours after a deadly shooting at a free speech debate in the city. Authorities ordered the evacuation of Norreport station and metro hub in the area of the synagogue. A manhunt is underway for the suspect, described as a male wearing a light grey jacket, black pants and black shoes. Danish militarized police have been dispatched to the area. Read more at Examiner.com
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