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Two more suspects are on the run after a deadly shooting rampage in German, Halle, germany

In a shoot-out in the German city of Halle on Wednesday, at least two of the deaths, reported to the police. Two of the suspects in a hijacked vehicle and ran away. Another suspect, after a major search operation was arrested.

The bottle was around 12.00 o’clock in the afternoon, place near a synagogue in the center of the city. Click the images to see how a man who is wearing a helmet, several shots are lost.

The victims were a man and a woman, the sign of a politiewoordvoerder to the news agency AFP. Two people were seriously injured.

Residents are urged to stay inside and be alert to it. At the moment of answer of the police, the witnesses, and the area is combed.

The police have reported in great numbers to be there. The train station of Halle, germany, is closed, and the traffic came to a standstill. The German federal police checks at train stations and airports in central Germany, will be intensified.

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Two dead in shooting rampage in Germany

The research was transferred to the federal Attorney-General in Berlin

The investigation into the shooting by the police and handed over to the federal attorney-general in Berlin, reported the MIRROR. This happens more often when there is suspicion of “terrorism”.

Halle, germany, with more than 230,000 residents, the largest city in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt, germany. The city is situated about 35 km south-west of Leipzig.

This Monday is Yom Kippur, the day of Atonement, which is considered to be one of the most important of the jewish holidays. Nearby cities such as Leipzig, Dortmund, Dresden, the police after the shooting, the synagogue offers extra protection.

Shooting in the German town of Halle, germany

In a shoot-out in the German city of Halle on Wednesday, at least two of the deaths.
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Click the images to see how a man who is wearing a helmet, several shots are lost.
© Reuters

The police have reported in great numbers to be there. The German federal police checks at train stations and airports in central Germany, will be intensified.
© Reuters

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