According to Police reports, at least about three people are dead and nine others are wounded after a suspect opened fire on a tram on a Monday morning in the Dutch city of Utrecht
The Utrecht Mayor Jan van Zanen confirmed the fatalities on Twitter in Dutch.
ABC news reported that the shooting occurred near the 24 Oktoberplein station in Utrecht, located about 30 miles southeast of Amsterdam in central Netherlands.
At least one suspect is on the run, Pieter-Jaap Aalbersberg, the national coordinator for counterterrorism and security, said at a press conference. He added that it was unclear whether other perpetrators were involved in the shooting.
Police asked for the public’s help in finding a 37-year-old Turkish-born man believed to be connected to the shooting.
The Police also advise people to stay indoors in the city Of Utrecht and not to go to the nearby Channel Island, as they urged people to report any suspicious situation to the police via 112.
The public is also being urged to stay indoors and away from the area.