Several people have been killed in the city of Muenster, in western Germany, after a van drove into pedestrians.
The driver of the vehicle has killed himself, police said, without providing further details. They are not looking for more suspects.
About 30 people are reported injured in the incident, which occurred near the Kiepenkerl statue in the old town. Some are said to be in a serious condition.
Police have closed the area and asked people to avoid the city centre.
There is a restaurant located in the vicinity of the Kiepenkerl statue and photographs posted on social media showed tables and chairs strewn at the scene.
Ulrike Demmer, the federal government’s deputy spokesperson, said the government’s thoughts were with the victims and their families.
In December 2016, a lorry ploughed into a crowd at a Christmas market in the German capital, Berlin, killing 12 people.