THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - The Latest on a shooting in a tram in the Netherlands (all times local):
  
4:45 p.m.
  
Police in Utrecht say they are reducing to five the number of people who were injured in a deadly shooting on a tram in the Dutch city.
  
Earlier, police said nine people had been wounded in the shooting on Monday.
  
The death toll of three in the shooting has not changed.
  
Dutch police announced the updated number of wounded in a tweet but did not immediately give a reason for changing the number.
  
Heavily armed police are now in a manhunt in the central Dutch city, searching for the suspect.
  
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4:30 p.m.
  
The mayor of Utrecht has withdrawn advice issued earlier by his municipality for the city's residents to stay indoors in the aftermath of a deadly shooting on a tram.
  
Mayor Jan van Zanen says in a video tweeted by the Utrecht municipality that the earlier advice to remain indoors was based on fears that shots had been fired at more than one location in the city.
  
He now says "that is not the case, as far as we know."
  
Van Zanen says police are hunting for a suspect in the shooting that left three dead and nine injured. He says "there could be other suspects, we don't know yet."
  
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3:10 p.m.
  
The mayor of the Dutch city of Utrecht says that three people have been killed in an attack on a tram and adds that a "terror motive" is the most plausible option.
  
Jan van Zanen also said that nine have been wounded, three of them seriously.
  
Van Zanen said that "we cannot exclude, even stronger, we assume a terror motive. Likely there is one attacker, but there could be more."
  
Dutch authorities have named a 37-year-old Turkey-born man as linked to the tram shooting.
  
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2:55 p.m.
  
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte says that the Netherlands has been hit by an attack in Utrecht and that terrorism isn't excluded, after one person was killed in a tram shooting along with an unknown number of wounded. 
  
Rutte says that "our nation was hit by an attack in Utrecht. It is clear there were shots on tram passengers in Utrecht, that there are wounded," without specifying how many. He said that "a terror motive is not excluded." 
  
Rutte said that throughout the nation, "there is a mix of disbelief and disgust."   
  
He said "if it is terror attack then we have only one answer: our nation, democracy must be stronger that fanaticism and violence."
  
Dutch authorities have named a 37-year-old Turkey-born man as linked to the tram shooting.
  
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2:30 p.m.
  
Dutch authorities have named a 37-year-old Turkey-born man as linked to the tram shooting in the central Dutch town of Utrecht.
  
Police showed the picture of a bearded man sitting on public transport and dressed in a dark blue top with a hood tucked in his neck. Police identified him as Gokmen Tanis.
  
It was the first image distributed of someone linked to the shooting. Police warned citizens not to approach the man but call authorities instead.
  
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This item has been corrected to show that the spelling of Turkey-born man's name is Gokmen, not Gokman.
  
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1:30 p.m.
  
German police say they have upped surveillance on the country's border with the Netherlands and are on the lookout for the gunman behind a shooting in the Dutch city of Utrecht.
  
Heinrich Onstein, a spokesman for the federal police in the border state of North Rhine-Westphalia, told The Associated Press on Monday that additional police had been added to watch not only major highways, but also minor crossings as well as railway routes.
  
He says the federal police are in close contact with authorities in the Netherlands and have a description of the suspect.
  
He says initially German authorities were told to look out for a red Renault Clio compact sedan but now have been told it was found abandoned in Utrecht.
  
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1:15 p.m.
  
Heavily armed anti-terror officers have gathered in front of an apartment block close to the scene of a deadly shooting on a tram in the central Dutch city of Utrecht.
  
Authorities say that a suspect is still on the run following the shooting late morning Monday in which one person was killed and police said multiple others were wounded.
  
From the tram scene, security officials have moved to a location some 200 meters away where they are awaiting further instructions. 
  
Police said they were searching for the shooter "with all possible means."
  
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12:35 p.m.
  
The Dutch anti-terror coordinator has raised the threat alert to its highest level around the central Dutch town of Utrecht following the shooting incident on a tram in the city, with the shooter still on the run. 
  
Anti-terror coordinator Pieter-Jaap Aalbersberg said in a statement that the "threat level has gone to 5, exclusively for the Utrecht province," referring to the highest level. 
  
"The culprit is still on the run. A terror motive cannot be excluded," he said in a Twitter message. He called on citizens to closely follow the indications of the local police. 
  
Dutch police say they are looking for a least one person who might have fled by car.
  
Spokesman Bernhard Jens did not exclude more people might be involved. 
  
"We want to try to catch the person responsible as soon as possible," Jens said.
  
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12:30 p.m.
  
Police have erected a white tent over an area where a body appears to be lying next to a tram following reports of a shooting in the Dutch city of Utrecht.
  
Earlier, footage showed what appeared to be a body lying under a white blanket.
  
Police had said that there were "multiple" people wounded in the shooting Monday morning.