Gunman fires shots in Finnish shopping centre

A gunman fired shots today in a shopping mall in Finland’s second largest city.

Four people are believed to have been injured and a witness said he saw one worker lying on the floor covered in blood.

The witness said a man dressed in black began shooting randomly on the second floor of the mall in Espoo.

People were evacuated from the shopping centre.

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