Man confesses to Stockholm truck attack - reports

2017-04-07 21:23
Shocked bystanders at the scene of the Stockholm attack. (Jonathan Nackstrand, AFP)

Shocked bystanders at the scene of the Stockholm attack. (Jonathan Nackstrand, AFP)

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Stockholm - Reports say a man is being held after confessing to the truck attack in Stockholm, Sweden, in which four people were killed and 12 injured. 

A hijacked beer truck had been used to plough down a pedestrian street before crashing into an upmarket department store on Friday afternoon.    

Stockholm police said one person "that can have some kind of connection" to the attack had been arrested.

The Swedish daily Aftonbladet reported that a man with minor injuries had been arrested and has confessed to being behind the beer truck crash.

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has described the crash as a terror attack.

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