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>> A suspicious package sending a suburb in Norway's capital city into lockdown on Saturday night. Police called in to detonate a bomb-like device in central Oslo.>>
> It was a louder bang than it usually is with the device the bomb squad normally uses to neutralize an object. So there was something in there that exploded, but what it was I can't answer at the moment.>> One suspect is in custody. Police were already on high alert in the Nordic regions, after an apparent militant attack in neighboring Sweden on Friday, what the Swedish Prime Minister labeled an act of terrorism.
In relation to this individual, the police found an object which we need to investigate.>> The device was found in a neighborhood that's home to popular bars and restaurants.
Reuters' reporter described hearing a loud bang shortly after the bomb squad arrived. Police say the device appeared to be capable of causing only a limited amount of damage.
Four people were killed and 15 wounded on that day when a truck plowed into crowds in central Stockholm. A 39 year old man from Uzbekistan was arrested hours after the attack, and police say they are increasingly confident he's the driver of the truck. They have taken a further seven people in for questioning.
Stockholm returning to a sense of normality on Sunday morning, with police barricades taken down along the street where the attack took place.