At least eight people have been killed and 13 injured in a drive-by shooting in Serbia as police track the suspect, state television reported.
The assailant used an automatic weapon to shoot randomly at people near the town of Mladenovac, about 50 km south of the capital Belgrade, Radio Television Serbia (RTS) reported.
Police were looking for the 21-year-old suspect who fled after the attack, he added.
Serbian Interior Minister Bratislav Gasic called the shooting “a terrorist act”, according to the report.
Special police and helicopter units have been sent to the area along with ambulances, he added.
No other details were immediately available and police had not released a statement.
This is the second massacre in Serbia in two days. A 13-year-old boy used his father’s guns in a school shooting in Belgrade on Wednesday that killed eight of his classmates and a school guard.