By PAAL NORDSETH, JAN M. OLSEN and MARK LEWIS
KONGSBERG, Norway (AP) — Police say a Danish man suspected of a bow-and-arrow attack on a small Norwegian town that killed five people and wounded two others is a Muslim convert who was previously flagged as having been radicalized. Police chief Ole B. Saeverud told a news conference that the motive for the attack has not yet been determined, however. The man is suspected of having shot at people in a number of locations in the town of Kongsberg on Wednesday evening. The dead were four women and one man. The community of some 26,000 inhabitants, is about 66 kilometers (41 miles) southwest of Oslo.