A deadly shooting at a shopping mall in the Danish capital Copenhagen is not being treated as a terrorist incident. Three people were killed and several others wounded when a gunman began firing at shoppers on Sunday afternoon. * SEE MORE Should parents be held responsible for school shootings? * SEE MORE School shootings: what can be done to stop them? * SEE MORE How Britain put an end to mass shootings Police chief Søren Thomassen said a 22-year-old man was arrested soon after the shooting at the Field’s shopping centre on the southern outskirts of the city. Described as “ethnically Danish” by the The Local , Thomassen said the as yet unnamed suspect “was known to people in the psychiatric field” and there was no indication the attack was an “act of terror” or motivated by gender, adding that police believe the victims were chosen at random with the gunman acting alone. Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said the country had been hit by a “cruel attack”. “Our beautiful and ..