Man shot and killed at Swedish prime minister's residence, PM safe
This photo shows police outside the Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt's residence Sagerska Palace in Stockholm, Sweden Friday Nov. 9, 2012. (AP / Bertil Enevag Ericson)
The Associated Press
Published Friday, November 9, 2012 9:56AM EST
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- 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."