Posted BY: Q1 | NwoReport

A gunman who opened fire inside a Danish shopping mall on Sunday – killing three and critically wounding four – has mental health issues and there is no indication the attack was an act of terror, police have said this morning. 

The shooter, a 22-year-old ethnic Dane, shot three people dead with a rifle inside Field’s mall in Copenhagen in a rampage that began at 5.35 pm Sunday and lasted for 13 terrifying minutes before he was arrested.

The victims are a 47-year-old Russian national who had been living in Demark and two Danish 17-year-olds – one male and one female, police revealed today.

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Four more people are now in critical condition in hospital: Two Danes – both women, one aged 40 and another aged 19 – and two Swedish citizens – a man aged 50 and a woman aged 16. Investigators say it appears the victims were chosen at random and the attacker acted alone. He is due in court later today.

The man had posted videos on social media the day before the attack in which he posed with a handgun and rifle he is thought to have used in the shooting and put their muzzles to his head. He uploaded several playlists to YouTube entitled ‘Killer Music’ and ‘Last Thing to Listen To’, writing underneath that ‘Quetiapine does not work’.

Quetiapine is a powerful anti-psychotic medication that is used to treat schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depression. It can also be used to treat drug addiction. 

Investigators spoke out after footage emerged showing the gunman – dressed in a dark vest, shorts, and boots – strolling casually through the mall and carrying what appears to be a hunting rifle.