Berlin: Gunfire rang out at a shopping mall in the German city of Munich on Friday evening, leaving several people dead and others wounded, CNN affiliate NTV reported.
The shooting, which started at about 6 p.m. local time at the Olympia shopping mall, is over, police spokeswoman Claudia Kvenzel said. Kvenzel had no immediate information about casualties or what led to the shooting.
Gunfire rang out at a shopping mall in the German city of Munich on Friday ... The shooting, reported about 6 p.m. local time at the Olympia shopping mall, Fox News reported.
Initial reports citing German police said that at least one person has been killed and 10 wounded in a shooting at a shopping centre in Munich on Friday.
According to witnesses who wrote on social websites, shots were fired at the centre and people were seen fallen on the ground.
There are conflicting reports on casualties. According to the local Muencher Abendzeitung, up to 15 people have been killed in the center, while German NTV channel puts the death toll at 10.
Police say it appears they are dealing with a "shooting rampage."
There are reports of further shooting at Karlsplatz square in central Munich, but this has not been confirmed by police. Taxi drivers have been advised to avoid the Karlsplatz area.
Police believe there are "several" shooters, die Welt reports.
Multiple deaths at the shopping mall have been confirmed by police, Reuters reports.