Suspect named in Norway attack police say they're treating as terrorism

(CNN) Norwegian police have named the suspect in Wednesday's bow-and-arrow attack in the southern town of Kongsberg that left five people dead and three injured, in what they are treating as suspected terrorism.
The suspect had not appeared on their radar this year though, Sæverud indicated, saying the police had "received no reports in 2021 regarding radicalization."
A police investigator passes a Norwegian policeman standing guard Thursday as investigations continue into the deadly bow-and-arrow attack in Kongsberg, Norway.
Four women and one man were killed in the attack, while three people were injured.
ET): Police receive a call alerting them that a man with a bow and arrow is shooting at people.
The first armed patrol is sent to the site, soon followed by three more.
ET): Police receive a call alerting them that a man with a bow and arrow is shooting at people.
The first armed patrol is sent to the site, soon followed by three more.
Later, when he is glimpsed again, the suspect fires arrows at the officers and again escapes.
An arrow is left in a wall at the scene where a man armed with bow killed several people in Kongsberg.
The attack comes just over a decade since Norway's worst terrorist attack.
In July 2011, Norwegian far-right extremist Anders Behring Brevik killed 77 people, many of them teenagers, in a bomb attack and gun rampage.
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