On Friday, a beer truck was hijacked and then hammered into a retail chain in Stockholm, killing four individuals and injuring others. Swedish police said they captured a man in the northern area of the city. It was vague whether he was the needed man found in the pictures discharged by police before in the day, demonstrating a man in a dark and greenish hood at the highest point of an elevator. Police beforehand strolled back a declaration from Prime Minister Stefan Lofven that one capture had been made.
Sky News additionally detailed two men have been addressed in connection to the assault. Police representative Lars Bystrom stated: "I can confirm that we have taken in two people for questioning, but that does not necessarily mean that they are suspects." Up to 15 individuals were harmed, nine of them genuinely, as per the Stockholm County Council. Police late Friday raised the loss of life from three to four.