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Remanded In Psychiatric Facility For 24 days, Police say

A man arrested on suspicion of killing three people and wounding several others during a shooting at a shopping mall.

Suspicious man from Copenhagen is being remanded in a psychiatric facility for 24 days, Danish police said Monday.

The 22-year-old Danish man was known to psychiatric professionals, police said earlier to the reporter.

The suspect was charged with manslaughter, Copenhagen Police tweeted. The court who heard the case on Monday.

And has put a ban on naming both the suspect and 10 victims named in the charge, the force added in a series of tweets.

The shooting unfolded on Sunday at multiple locations inside Field's, a shopping center in the Danish capital. 

Copenhagen's Head of Police Soren Thomassen said two 17-year-old Danish citizens, one male and one female, and a 47-year-old Russian national had been killed in the gunfire.

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