Many people arriving at the train station from out of town were already dressed up and very disappointed - but we didn't want to take any risks.
13.07 David Cameron, the Prime Minister, has released a statement on the Copenhagen attacks: The shootings in Copenhagen are an appalling attack on free speech and religious freedom.
15.53 Crowds have gathered outside the Copenhagen synagogue, many in tears, 15.40 Danish police have raided internet cafes in Copenhagen.
TV2, which reported from the scene, showed footage of armed officers in dark uniforms outside the internet cafe and said at least two people had been taken away by police.
14.21 Justin Huggler reports from Berlin: Police are searching for suspicous objects in the German city of Brunswick (Braunschweig), after a carnival parade was cancelled at just over an hour's notice over fears of an Islamist terror attack.
Police cars are driving the route of the cancelled parade, making loudspeaker announcements for people to go home.
There are an estimated 6,000 to 7,000 Jews in Denmark, including about 2,000 active members of the Jewish community, which operates its own security patrol that coordinates with police to protect Jewish institutions.
At a press conference, the local police cheif Michael Pientka said police had so far tested two objects, but both turned out to be harmless. The information came from some one who is already known to us," he said.
"The langauge used was a 'destructive event'." He said he could not identify any individuals or groups behind the threat at this stage of the investigation, but confirmed the threat came from "the Islamist scene".
14.29 Saudi Arabia has condemned the Danish shooting, and also the killing of three Muslims in North Carolina last week.
State news agency SPA quoted an official source as saying in a statement: The kingdom of Saudi Arabia followed with strong sorrow the ugly terrorist and criminal incidents that occurred lately in the Danish capital Copenhagen and in the US state of North Carolina that resulted in the death and injuring of innocents.
"Jews have been murdered again on European soil only because they were Jews and this wave of terrorist attacks – including murderous anti-Semitic attacks – is expected to continue," Mr Netanyahu told the Israeli cabinet, as it met to approve a £30 million scheme to absorb Jewish immigrants from France, Belgium and Ukraine.