Gunman opens fire in Finland school, no injuries

Arrested but not named so… I guess we have to assume…

Brandon Sun:

HELSINKI – Finnish police say a gunman has been arrested after firing several shots at a school in southern Finland but no one was injured.

Detective Superindent Jari Kinnunen says the attacker shot through the door of a secondary school classroom Friday in Orivesi, 190 kilometres (120 miles) north of the Helsinki.

Kinnunen says the man, in his 20’s, did not resist arrest.

The school was evacuted after the incident on Friday morning.

(Tundra Tabloids) UPDATE:

The suspect had previously escaped from the school with the student

Ilatalehti: According to information from a number of sources, the suspect of the shooting in the Orivesi school (born in 1989) had disappeared earlier in March with a female student from the school. According to the Iltalehti’s information, the suspect shot the hand of the girl’s father. The police did not confirm this Iltalehti.

A missing report was filed of the girl, and the police searched for her and her male friend. She was eventually found unharmed. The link between suspect and the student was reported by the Keskisuomalainen and Aamulehti newspapers.

According to the Keskisuomalainen the girl was in class, and the man shot through the door. According to the Aamulehti her parents had applied for a restraining order against the man.

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One Reply to “Gunman opens fire in Finland school, no injuries”

  1. According to the Finnish Central Police suspects born in 1989, Jack Koskinen, attempted murder and causing danger. Viranomaiset eivät ole vahvistaneet epäillyn henkilöllisyyttä. Authorities have not confirmed the identity of the suspect ‘shooting’ for his ex-girlfriend Milla Lehtonen. link

    This 2008 (bios of world dancers) article in Russian links ‘a’ Jack Koskinen as part of a group called “Hassaka” made ??of actors Jack Koskinen, Helena Rangman and Marko Keskitalo.

    YouTube listings of “Hassaka” have little to do with dance and hint at links to eastern Syria.

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