A 70-year-old man has been arrested after opening fire with a shotgun inside an Athens tax office.
Shortly after 11am, the man arrived at the entrance of Agia Paraskevi tax office and started shooting, causing only material damage. He then entered the building but did not threaten any of the officials.
Police rushed to the scene and succeeded in arresting the man, about an hour later, after encouraging him to drop his weapon.
The perpetrator is now being held in a police station, where police are carrying out a preliminary investigation. (Athens News)
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