Dutch police say three people have been wounded in a stabbing on a main shopping street in The Hague.
Police are still on the lookout for the attacker, who struck at the heart of the city's shopping district during the Black Friday rush.
Local reports said police were searching for a male suspect and three people were injured.
The Netherlands stabbing took place in The Hague's main shopping street, which was bustling with holiday shoppers, according to police.
Additional details are not yet known.
A Dutch police spokeswoman said it was still too early to say whether a terror motive was to blame for the attack in The Hague.
The Hague police also called on witnesses to provide any video or photos they may have regarding the incident and tweeted that the force is conducting extensive investigations into the stabbing incident.
It was unclear whether any of the wounds were life-threatening, Marije Kuiper said.
Police have urged the public to contact them if they see anyone matching the description of the suspect. Three others were injured and the suspect was killed at the scene.
Dutch National broadcaster NOS said the attack could not immediately be attributed to terrorism.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan confirmed that two victims of the "appalling" terrorist attack had "tragically died".