BERLIN (AP) — Police say the Munich shooting attack has left eight victims dead along with a 9th body that police are examining to see if it was an attacker.
Video obtained by The Associated Press from German news agency NonstopNews shows two bodies with sheets draped over them not far from a McDonald’s across from one of the biggest malls in Munich.
Another video posted online shows a gunman emerging from the door of the McDonald’s, raising what appears to be a pistol with both hands and aiming at people on the sidewalk, firing as they flee in terror.
Police are still searching the city for suspected shooters and Munich is in a transit lockdown, with trains, buses and trolley cars halted.
Munich police have set up a hotline for concerned citizens. Residents have also opened their doors to stranded people seeking shelter using the Twitter hashtag #opendoor.
Authorities say they believe shooter killed himself and appears to have acted alone.
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