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22 Jul 2016 07:42 PM EST

- by Jorge Vargas, Editor


Up to three suspects are currently sought by police following a deadly shooting in Munich that left nine people dead and dozens wounded on Friday afternoon. 

German police are calling the attack a 'shooting rampage,' and treating it like a possible terrorist attack. 

One of the bodies may belong to a shooter. 

A state of emergency is in effect in Munich, where police helicopters are flying over the city as the search continues for the suspects.

German police had warned of a possible attack following an incident on Monday when a teenage immigrant injured five people with a knife while on a train. 

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