THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Police in The Netherlands said three people were injured in a stabbing incident in The Hague's shopping district, The Associated Press reported Friday.
Police said in a tweet Friday evening the incident happened in the city's main shopping street.
Here are the latest updates:
Update 3:53 p.m. EST Nov. 29: Dutch police confirmed three people were injured in the stabbing at The Hague's main shopping street, according to The Associated Press.
Police spokeswoman Marije Kuiper told the AP it was still too early to say whether there was a terror motive behind the attack in the Dutch city, which occurred the same day as an attack at London Bridge that left two civilians dead. The attacker was fatally shot by London police.
Kuiper said it was still unclear whether any of the injuries were life-threatening.
Police said they were looking for at least one suspect, a man about 45 to 50 years old in a grey jogging suit.
Original report: According to the BBC, the incident, which happened the same day a stabbing occurred at the London Bridge in the United Kingdom, occurred inside a department store.
Police are searching for a man aged between 45 and 50, according to local reports.
The condition of those injured and the motive for the attack are unknown, according to the BBC.
Further details were not immediately available.
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