Sunday, November 25, 2018

Germany: Gunfight between Moroccans, Libyans and Lebanese

Today, Sunday evening, several callers informed the police around 6 p.m. about a dispute in the area of Herbert-Hinnendahl street in Bielefeld, where shots had been fired. On the spot, the Bielefeld police met officers of the federal police in the train station who had already caught one of the two fugitives. This is a 30-year-old Bielefeld man of Moroccan origin who has been temporarily arrested. His accomplice had fled at first, but could be arrested a short time later in the vicinity of the city hall. He is a 26-year-old man from Libya without a permanent residence. According to previous findings and on the basis of testimonies, there was a dispute between four people in the area of the Pub "Tüte", in the course of which the 30-year-old suspect allegedly fired shots in the direction of the two opponents. A firearm hasn't been found yet. The suspect was found with alarm gun ammunition. The police also found a knife in the bushes near the place where the 26-year-old man was arrested. Only the 26-year-old suspect was slightly injured, which he said he suffered during the physical confrontation. One of the victims is an 18-year-old man from Bielefeld of Lebanese origin. The second injured party could not be identified by local police. His identity is still unknown. The police carried out numerous personal findings in the area of the pub "Tüte". Investigations into attempted dangerous bodily harm are continuing.

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