International Desk: A man attacked a kindergarten school in China's southeastern Jiangxi province on Wednesday with a knife. Three people were killed and six people were injured. The news agency AFP reported this information. However, the ages and identities of the victims have not been released. In a statement, Chinese police said a terrorist wearing a cap and mask entered the school in the kindergarten in Anfu County at 10 a.m. local time. The 48-year-old suspected attacker is still at large. "Security agencies are making all-out efforts to trace the suspect," the police statement said. Video from state media Beijing Daily shows a police officer carrying a small child into an ambulance. Violent crime is rare in China. Citizens are also strictly prohibited from possessing firearms. However, stabbings have increased in recent years. Attacks are happening across the country, especially targeting kindergarten school students. Last April, two children were killed and 16 others injured when a man stabbed a man at a kindergarten in southern China. Four people were injured in a stabbing at a hospital in Shanghai last month. In addition, six people were killed and 14 injured in the stabbing of a pedestrian in the eastern Chinese city of Anqing in June last year.