The Copenhagen attacks on Feb. 14 - 15 left two people dead
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Danish police say they have arrested a third man suspected of assisting a gunman who killed two people in attacks in Copenhagen this month.
Police in Copenhagen declined to comment further on the Friday arrest, other than saying the “young man” would face a custody hearing Saturday. The suspect was not named.
A Copenhagen court on Thursday gave another four weeks in custody to two other men accused of helping Omar El-Hussein, who used an assault rifle to kill a Danish filmmaker attending a free speech event Feb. 14 in Copenhagen.
Hours later, El-Hussein killed a Jewish security guard outside a synagogue on Feb. 15 with a handgun. Five police officers also were wounded in both episodes. El-Hussein was killed in a police shootout later that day.