After a shooting armed police officers patrol on a street at the scene in Vienna, Austria, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. Police in the Austrian capital said several shots were fired shortly after 8 p.m. local time on Monday, Nov. 2, in a lively street in the city center of Vienna. Austria's top security official said authorities believe there were several gunmen involved and that a police operation was still ongoing. (Photo/Ronald Zak)

A suspect in Monday’s shootings in the Austrian capital of Vienna has been detained in the city of Linz, Austria’s Kronen Zeitung newspaper reported on Tuesday.

According to the paper, the man was taken by surprise and did not resist police officers. Another gunman, a supporter of the Islamic State terror group (outlawed in Russia), was killed by police on Monday.

According to police, the shootings involved several heavily armed men.

The shootings took place at six locations in Vienna on Monday night, leaving four dead and 15 injured. The Austrian authorities described the incident as a terrorist attack.