Boy, 13, opens fire at classmates after stealing dad’s gun as one confirmed dead

A 13-year-old boy opened fire in a primary school in Serbia early this morning (May 3), killing one and injuring several more.

Officers from the Serbian police received a call reporting a shooting at the school in central Belgrade at around 7.40am (BST).

A seventh-grade boy believed to be 12 or 13 years old entered Vladislav Ribnikar primary school, in Vračar in the capital, Belgrade with his father's gun.

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It is understood that he stole the gun from his father before carrying out the attack on the school, where he is believed to have been a student.

In a statement, the force said the boy fired several shots in the direction of other students and towards the school guards.

Serbian media has reported that the guard was killed in the shooting.

Police gave no other details, but reports suggest seven children may have also sustained injuries.

According to the publication, Sandzaklive one child sustained a head injury and is in a life-threatening condition.

Two other children sustained gunshot wounds and have been transferred to intensive care.

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Eyewitnesses say there were around seven ambulances on the field and the roads surrounding the school have been cordoned off by police.

The suspect has been arrested.

The Vladislav Ribnikar school is located in the very centre of Belgrade. Primary schools in Serbia have eight grades.

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