Gunfire at Field’s: Reported shootings in Copenhagen shopping mall

A serious incident has taken place at Field’s, a shopping centre in the Copenhagen district of Amager, where gunfire has been heard this afternoon.

Initial reports suggest several people have been shot, but nothing more is known about the incident – or indeed how long it lasted for.

The shopping centre has been evacuated and the police have cordoned off the area.

Harry Styles, the pop star, was due to give a concert at the nearby Royal Arena, and it has not yet been confirmed whether this will go ahead.





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