Three dead after drive-by shooting in Sweden


The three men who died were 18, 20 and 29, reports said.

Two young men were killed and four people were wounded in a shooting in the Swedish city of Malmo.

Police said a dozen shots were fired but no arrests have been made and they are looking for a dark vehicle.

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Image: Police are at the scene of the shooting.

Officials said the crime appears to be linked to organized or gang crime, not terrorism. Witness Jonatan Burhoff told the newspaper he saw wounded people being carried to private cars that drove off "as fast as possible". The statement said officers had information that "one person had been taken to hospital in a private auto".

There were no immediate details on the conditions of the injured men.

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Local police have released a statement which reads: 'Police were called to Drottninggatan [Queen Street] due to an outdoor shooting.

Three others were injured - one seriously - in the incident, which police have described as a drive-by shooting.

The police lacks adequate resources to combat the scourge of crime that is sweeping parts of the country, Swedish Democrats party member Nima Gholam Ali Pour told RT.

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Malmo is Sweden's third largest city and has a population of 340,000.