Three people have been killed in a shooting on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht, in what police say is a possible terrorist attack.
Nine more people were also injured in the shooting.
Authorities have launched a manhunt and have released an image of a suspect they want to speak to – 37-year-old Turkish-born Gökmen Tanis.
The police asks you to look out for the 37 year old Gökman Tanis (born in Turkey) associated with the incident this morning at the #24oktoberplein in #Utrecht. Do not approach him but call 0800-6070. pic.twitter.com/U1IWEDtUYu
— Politie Utrecht (@PolitieUtrecht) March 18, 2019
Police are warning people not to approach the man.
The terror alert for the area has also been raised to the maximum level, with schools closed and security stepped up at key buildings in the city, as they search for the gunman.
This shooting comes just days after the terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, in which 50 people were killed, when a man opened fire at two mosques in the city.