Time: 9:11 p.m. CEST
A lorry that a suspect person used to plunge into a department store in Stockholm on Friday contained a suspect device, but Swedish police did not confirm if the material in the driver’s seat was a bomb. As BBC.com reports, National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson said the lorry-contained device that should not been there.
He said a suspect security services previously known a suspect, who is a man from Uzbekistan, 39 and he is in custody now. Police describe him as “marginal” character. Four people died and 10 are injured and remain in hospital, after hijacked lorry and hit the Ahlens department store in the capital of Sweden.
BBC.com reports Swedish Prime minister Stefan Lofven described the event as “a terrorist attack.” In 2010, two bombs killed the attacker and injured two, and later in October 2015, a masked man killed a teacher and pupil in a sword attack.