Germany takes terreurverdachte in North rhine-Westphalia
Germany has a terreurverdachte picked up that may be worked with a guy in Vienna was arrested because he had plans for an attack.
Special units were the terreurverdachte in the place of Neuss in North rhine-Westphalia. That happened Saturday, made justice in Germany Sunday is known.
The police in Vienna, held Friday, a 17-year-old boy after there were indications that he an attack prepared. Where that should take place, is not known. The Austrian authorities came in action after tips from foreign intelligence services. The authorities first spoke of an 18-year-old suspect, but corrected that later.
According to the German justice was the Viennese suspect the man in Neuss is a guest and he slept. The two would attacks on the German army have discussed. According to the Austrian ministry of the Interior is the link between the two arrests are “self-evident”.
The German Focus Online reported on Sunday that in Germany packed suspicious bombings wanted to commit on German police and military. Together with the Viennese suspect he would be in a house in Neuss have experimented with making explosives.