There was a minor earthquake on the island of Bornholm on Saturday night. The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) confirmed that a mild tremor hit the island at 00:36 on Sunday morning. GEUS is not fully staffed over the weekend, so the magnitude of the quake was not available until today.
GEUS said today that the earthquake measured 2.6 on the Richter scale and that the epicentre was about 10km off of Bornholm's southern tip.
Bornholm police reported that it received just four calls between 00.37 and 00:42 from residents reporting tremors. There were heavy thunderstorms occurring on the island at about the same time the quake hit. There were no reports of damage.