Norwegian police arrest man after three women stabbed in Sarpsborg

Police and emergency services are parked at the side of the road after people were stabbed in several locations in Sarpsborg, Norway, late Jul 14, 2020, in this picture obtained from social media.

OSLO: Police in Sarpsborg in southern Norway arrested a man after three women were stabbed in several locations in the town late Tuesday (Jul 14), with one of the victims dying from critical injuries.

Armed police were deployed to the town about 70 km south of Norway’s capital Oslo and people were asked to stay indoors when the first reports about the attacks came in.

The police said at around 1.30am local time on Wednesday that it had no indication there were more people involved in the attacks and that the reason for the attacks was not immediately clear.

Z24 News

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