An eyewitness has described the moment she managed to escape from the shopping centre shooting in Munich, and described the moment of "panic".
Thamina Stoll told ITV News that she was walking towards the centre with her family when they were approached by a group fleeing from the scene.
She said the group heard the shooting and were "screaming and crying" and were "in panic".
Ms Stoll took them to her grandmother's apartment a short walk away, and said "about fifty people were running towards our house seeking shelter".
She added: "Everyone was really scared and confused. Nobody really knew what was going on."
Nine people were killed when a gunman opened fire at a shopping centre in Munich - seven of whom were reportedly teenagers.
A gunman who killed nine people and at a Munich shopping centre was German-born and had no links with Islamic State, authorities say.