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Munich shooting: at least nine dead as police treat attack as terrorism and hunt for three gunmen - as footage emerges of gunman cursing foreigners on fifth anniversary of Anders Breivik attack.
München - BREAKING Eyewitness video shows Munich gunman opening fireIn an attack on a shopping center in Munich at least eight people have died. In addition, the body of a possible suspect was found. The live blog
Munich shooting: at least nine dead as police treat attack as terrorism and hunt for three gunmen - as footage emerges of gunman cursing foreigners on fifth anniversary of Anders Breivik attack
Gunman in Munich opens fire at a McDonalds by Olympia shopping centre
Police describe shooting as terrorism
Police hunt three gunmen, believed to still be in Munich
Nine confirmed dead
Unconfirmed reports that there could be shootings in city centre
Islamic State supporters celebrate on social media
Munich police are hunting for a possible three gunmen who they believe have carried out an attack at a shopping centre and McDonalds restaurant.
On Twitter, the local forces said shootings had taken place at Hanauer street, which is the location of both the Olympia shopping center and the adjoining McDonalds.
Reports of the gunman's behaviour were confused and contradictory.
A Muslim woman told CNN that she heard the gunman yell: "Allahu Akbar," yet video footage showed a gunman ranting against foreigners and Turks, suggesting a Neo Nazi attack.
Children were said to be targeted.
Police described the attacks simply as terrorism, and said the gunman or gunmen are believed to still be in the city.
Lynn Stein, who works inside the Olympia centre, told CNN a woman told her "masked gunmen dressed in black" had been seen running through the centre.
Germany's Muencher Abendzeitung reported that the death toll was higher, with up to 15 people killed in the incident at the Olympia Einkaufszentrum shopping centre.
Police told another paper, the Sueddeutsche Zeitung, that there were multiple deaths.
"There is a major police operation under way in the shopping centre," Munich police said on Twitter, without elaborating.
An employee inside the shopping centre told the Reuters news agency "many shots were fired".
Video shows people fleeing from the scene, which has now been cordoned off, according to reports.