In Oslo, two people were killed overnight and 14 were injured by gunfire that occurred at a nightclub and surrounding streets.

Police said they had arrested a suspect, who is believed to be the sole perpetrator of the crime that took place early in the morning at the London Pub Club and surrounding streets.

The suspect was arrested minutes after the shooting.

According to the


, the London Pub is a well-known gay club in central Oslo.

Norwegian public service journalist Olav Roenneberg said he saw a man with a briefcase who took a gun and started firing.

The motive for the attack is still unknown.

To personer er bekreftet døde i skyteepisoden.

It is more alvorlig skadde.

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- OPS Politiet Oslo (@oslopolitiops) June 24, 2022

The attack took place ahead of a pride parade in Oslo, 50 years after the state legally granted LGBTI + rights to people.

Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere said this was a horrific and, as he put it, deeply shocking attack on innocent people and supported LGBTI + people.

A large number of emergency services are at the crime scene and hospitals in Oslo are on high alert.

/ Telegraphy /

Two confirmed dead, multiple people injured following a shooting at a gay bar in Oslo, Norway, situation developing.

- Christian Bliksted (@ Niffelheim1983) June 25, 2022

Oslo Gay Bar Shooting:

- At least 2 dead, multiple injured, after shooting at a popular gay bar in Oslo, Norway

- Shooting occurred on eve of house 'pride weekend'

- A suspect is in custody

- Witness says a man took a gun out of a bag and started

- PM Breaking News (@PMBreakingNews) June 25, 2022

#Breaking Several shots were fired outside the London pub in central Oslo.

At least two people have been shot and killed.

"I saw a man come to the place with a bag, he picked up a weapon and started firing" said a witness.

#oslo #skyting #massshooting #osloshooting #BreakingNews

- 247TV (@ 247TV3) June 25, 2022