Police officers patrol outside the Maelbeek metro station following an attack on March 22 in Brussels, Belgium. Getty Images

UPDATE: 1:47 p.m. EDT — Three people were stabbed Monday in Brussels, Belgium, but police thought the suspect was mentally ill — not a terrorist. A woman, whose name was not yet released to the press, attacked two of the people while on a bus and one at a restaurant in Uccle, De Redactie reported. Police then shot and arrested her.

The victims' injuries are said to be non-life threatening, i24 News reported.

Original story:

A woman in the Uccle area of Brussels, Belgium, stabbed at least two people Monday before police shot and arrested her, according to Radio Télévision Belge de la Communauté Française. Officers were flocking to the scene as of about 11:30 a.m. EDT but did not think the incident was terrorism. The suspect was shot in the arm, La Libre reported.

Social media users shared photos and commentary from the Brussels neighborhood Bascule as details continued to emerge:

Belgium has been on high alert since the March bombings that killed more than 30 people and injured about 300 at the Brussels airport and a nearby train station. The Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, took responsibility for the attack.

Last week, a man attacked two police officers with a machete in Charleroi, Belgium, while shouting "Allahu Akbar," which roughly translates to "God is the greatest" in Arabic. The suspect, who was fatally shot by police at the scene, was an immigrant from Algeria, according to the Brussels Times. At the time, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel told reporters the attack was a "terrorist assassination attempt."