Dutch police search for man who stabbed three children
Three children were wounded in a stabbing on a shopping street in The Hague early Friday evening, Dutch police said, adding that they were seeking a suspect. National broadcaster NOS said the attack could not immediately be attributed to terrorism.
According to reports, Police launched a manhunt after the attack, which took place on a busy shopping
Kuiper said police did not yet have a description of the suspect, but she said an initial police statement that he was a man in his 40s of North African descent had been wrong. ‘At this moment all scenarios are still open,’ she said. Dutch police say three people have been injured in a stabbing incident in The Hague’s main shopping street. Police said in a tweet Friday evening that the incident happened in the city’s main shopping street. The incident happened in Grote Marktstraat, which is at the centre of the city’s shopping district. The incident happened in the city’s main shopping street, which was busy with people looking for Black Friday deals. Pictures from the area showed several dozen onlookers kept behind police fencing seeking a glimpse of the area where the stabbing took place.