STOCKHOLM (AP) — Swedish media say a man was shot and killed at the prime minister's residence in downtown Stockholm. The prime minister was not in the building.
Police spokeswoman Tove Hagg confirmed to the AP that a man had been killed. She wouldn't give details but said "there is nothing that indicates a crime."
Hagg said the man had "full access" to the location but was not a bodyguard or an employee of the government or Parliament.
Markus Friberg, a spokesman for Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, told the AP the prime minister was not in the building when the shooting happened.
Friberg said: "The prime minister is fine. He was at an external meeting. He wasn't there."