A stabbing spree in Turku, south-west Finland, has left two people dead and six injured.
Police have increased security across the country as they hunt what they described as "potentially several perpetrators".
A body lying in the middle of the street in central Turku has been covered with a white cover, with several other bloodied victims treated on the ground.
Another victim later died of their injuries in hospital, where several victims are being treated.
One witness said a woman was stabbed while pushing her one-year-old baby in a pram. He described her as lying “immobile” in the street after the incident.
Several of the injured are believed to be foreign visitors to the city, located around 100 miles west of the Finnish capital of Helsinki. No children were among those hurt.
Police are hunting for "several possible perpetrators". They later said they had a single concrete suspect, a young male in custody.
They brought down the attacker by shooting him a single time in the leg.
Officials said they were currently unsure if the event is related to terrorism.