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The Tour de France pays homage to the victims of the shootingatCopenhagen Mall on Tuesday. The suspect has not yet been publicly identified by the authorities and has been remanded to a psychiatric facility for 24 years. day to day.
The Tour de France organizer said that at the start of the fourth stage in Dunkirk on Tuesday, Danish riders lined up in front of Peloton on the starting line and applauded. Told. ..
At a press conference on Monday, Copenhagen police assistant Soeren Thomassen described the 22-year-old suspect as "ethnic Dane" without further detailing, and the investigation so far. He added that nothing was found. This can be proven to be an act of terrorism.
The suspect, who could not be named by court order, was taken to the judge in a packed court on Monday, with three attempted murders and four attempted murders. Faced with.
Danish Mall Shooting: Suspect Acted Alone, Case Not Terrorism Related, Copenhagen Police When saying
, the court ruled that the hearing should be held in a closed room, and the media was dispatched. Police said the suspected shooter, known for his psychiatric services prior to the shooting, was sent to a safe mental facility for 24 days until July 28, as investigations continued prior to the formal accusation. It was returned.
Copenhagen Police Chief Soeren Thomassen in 2022 Investigation of a shooting incident at a shopping mall on Sunday at a police station in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Monday, July 4. ((Martin Sylvest / Ritzau Scanpix via AP))
Taken on Sunday at a field shopping mall on the outskirts of the Danish capital. , Was flooded with teensbefore the upcoming Harry Styles concert. Three Danish and 47-year-old Russian men, a 17-year-old boy and a 17-year-old girl, died, and the other four were hospitalized for gunshot wounds and were in critical but stable condition. ..
In total, about 20 people were injured. Mainly during the stampede where the shot rang.
Police have not identified the motive for the attack on Sunday at one of Scandinavia's largest shopping centers. According to Thomassen, the suspect with a rifle and knife was immediately arrested and picked up another gun. He said the firearms were illegally obtained, but did not provide further details.
People on Sunday in Fields, Copenhagen, Denmark Leaving the shopping center, July 3, 2022. Police said on Sunday, gunmen fired in a busy shopping mall in the Danish capital, killing several and seriously injuring others. ((Olafur Steinar Rye Gestsson / Ritzau Scanpix via AP))
Denmark has some of Europe's strictestgun controls Yes
"It was the worst nightmare possible," said Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen on Monday, calling the attack "abnormally brutal."
Authorities say there are no signs that someone has helped the man, but Copenhagen police inspector Danny Rise said the investigation would be complicated.
"We need to build this jigsaw puzzle," Rise said. "And it's huge."
People are in Fields Helping a woman in front of a shopping center Sunday, July 3, 2022 in Copenhagen, Denmark. ((Olafur Steinar Rye Gestsson / Ritzau Scanpix via AP))
Danish broadcaster TV2 is a public suspected shooter, knee-length A grainy picture of a man wearing shorts, a vest or a sleeveless shirt and having something that looks like a rifle in his right hand.
After the custody hearing on Monday, defense counsel Luis Hozi said he agreed to have the client undergo a psychological examination, but he did not comment on the charges.
The last shooting of this scale in Denmark was 22 years old in a gun battle with police in February 2015 after an attack in the capital killed two people and injured five police officers. A man was killed. ..
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Sunday attack in neighboring Norway About a week after the shooting, a Norwegian man from Iran fired during the LGBTQ festival, killing two and injuring more than 20, police said.
The Styles Concert in Copenhagen was canceled by shooting.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Danielle Wallace is a FoxNews Digital reporter covering politics, crime, police and more. Story tips can be sent to danielle.wallace @ fox.com and Twitter (@danimwallace).