One of the bodyguards who looked after Princess Ingrid Alexandra, fired a shot that hit a wall at the Oslo International School in Bærum in January.
The incident occurred at a guard house by the school in the morning on January 18 this year, while the guard was keeping an eye on the princess who was in school, NRK reports. No one was injured in the incident.
Rector Janečka Aarnæs at Oslo International School says to NRK that there was no danger to students or staff at the school since the incident happened inside the guard booth.
Royal Police Escort (DKP) is responsible for the royal family’s security. Lifeguards are always armed with loaded guns at work.
The Guard leader in DKP alerted police in Asker and Baerum to the incident after about an hour and a half. The police have made forensic examinations at the school. Norwegian Bureau for the Investigation of Police Affairs are to investigate the incident.
The royal family did not want to comment on the matter.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today