Swedish police investigating knife attack as possible 'terror crime'


STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish police is investigating a knife attack in the southern town of Vetlanda earlier on Wednesday as a possible 'terror crime', the police said on its web page.

Several people have been injured but no fatalities have been reported, the police said. One suspect is in custody.

(Reporting by Johan Ahlander and Helena Soderpalm)

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