Three teenagers were injured in the incident on Friday on a shopping street. According to police, the suspect is a 35-year-old homeless man arrested in a shelter on Saturday (30). New Year's Eve decorated shopping street in The Hague needed to be isolated after knife attack on Friday (29)
Phil Nijhuis / AP Photo
There is no evidence that the suspect arrested for the stabbing of three people in The Hague, The Netherlands, had a terrorist motive, according to a statement by the Dutch police released on Sunday (1).
Stabbing in The Hague, Netherlands, injures three young people
Three teenagers were injured in the incident on Friday on a shopping street. According to police, the suspect is a 35-year-old homeless man trapped in a homeless shelter on Saturday (30).
London and The Hague in the Netherlands have attacks on Friday (29)
'Initially there are no signs that would point to a terrorist motivation. What was the reason, then, is something that is still being investigated, "said The Hague police.
The victims, two 15-year-old girls and a 13-year-old boy, were treated at a hospital and released on Friday (29).
In a statement, police said the three did not know each other and that the teenagers had already talked to the investigators.