Norway: Suspect in bow and arrow killings pictured for first time
A 37-year-old ‘Muslim convert’ suspected of killing five people with a bow and arrow in Norway on Thursday night has been pictured for the first time.
Espen Andersen Brathen, 37, was arrested on Wednesday following a chase in the town of Kongsberg, 42 miles from the capital of Oslo.
Reports described a man shooting arrows at victims across various locations in the town in what local authorities have since said ‘appears to be an act of terrorism’.
In a self-shot video believed to have been posted online at least four years ago, he said, speaking in English: ‘Hello. I am a messenger. I come with a warning.
‘Is this really what you want? And to all who want to make up for themselves, so it’s time. Bear witness that I …
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