Crime: Two Ukrainians killed in Bavaria – Russian suspect | EUROtoday

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Two males from Ukraine have been killed on the premises of a shopping mall in Murnau in Upper Bavaria on Saturday night. The police Shortly afterwards, they have been in a position to arrest a person who is taken into account a robust suspect. It is a 57-year-old Russian. The background to the crime remains to be fully unclear.

The police have been initially unable to say whether or not the three males knew one another. “We are still at the very beginning of the investigation,” stated police spokesman Daniel Katz.

The spokesman stated the crime occurred round 5:15 p.m. in entrance of a grocery retailer within the small city. The perpetrator initially fled. As a part of the search, the 57-year-old suspect was caught in a short time. The officers found him at his house deal with close to the crime scene.

Victims 23 and 36 years outdated

According to police, the victims have been two Ukrainian residents, aged 23 and 36, who each lived within the Garmisch-Partenkirchen district. They died of stab wounds – the older of the 2 immediately on the crime scene, the youthful one a short while later in a hospital.

The felony police began an investigation on suspicion of double homicide. The public prosecutor's workplace filed an software for arrest in opposition to the 57-year-old, and he’s to be introduced earlier than the investigating choose on the accountable district courtroom later right now.

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