One dead after knife attack at German supermarket

One dead and several injured by knifeman in busy Hamburg supermarket

Deadly knife attack in Hamburg supermarket

The attack in Germany is suspected to have resulted in one death.

A sixth man was injured while overpowering the attacker.

According to police, the suspect entered the supermarket on the corner of Fuhlsbüttler street and Hermann-Kauffmann street in Hamburg and proceeded to stab customers at random. The person who was killed was described by police as a customer.

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Early reports described his weapon as a "machete", but German police said it was likely a kitchen knife.

Zill said he had no information as to the man's motive.

Police said the attacker's motive is unclear but he appears to have acted alone.

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German police say one person has died after a man with a knife attacked several people at a supermarket in Hamburg. They said initial reports about a possible robbery had not been substantiated.

He fled the scene but was chased by witnesses who were able to restrain him nearby.

A video on its website showed a helicopter landed outside the supermarket with armed police in body armor patrolling the neighborhood.

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