Man in custody after deadly bow-and-arrow attack in Norway

OSLO (AFP) – A 37-year-old Danish man was being questioned by Norwegian police in custody yesterday, the chief suspect wanted for killing five people by bow-and-arrow in the country’s deadliest attack in a decade.

Police have so far refused to rule out terrorism and released no information about possible motive after the deadly attack in the south-eastern town of Kongsberg on Wednesday.

In details that remain sketchy, five people were killed and two injured in several locations in the town centre, shocking normally tranquil Norway where murder is rare.

More details on Friday’s Borneo Bulletin