Two men have been arrested after last night’s deadly truck attack in the Swedish capital of Stockholm.
A hijacked truck ploughed into pedestrians in a street before smashing into a department store.
The attack killed four and injured at least 15.
Police have now detained two man said to be connected to the attack, which Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven said is likely to be have been an act of terrorism.
Swedish public broadcaster SVT said that the man was arrested in the north-western Stockholm suburb of Hjulsta, after the first man was arrested in the northern suburb of Marsta.
The attack took place just before 3pm Sweden time.
"Sweden has been attacked," Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said just after the attack, according to The Huffington Post.
"Everything points to a terrorist attack."