The 25-Year-old, has held on Monday, 43 children and two carers in a sports hall, has already been trained in December to a mental hospital.
The man who had taken in a sports hall in the Northern part of the münsterland, 43 children and two caregivers hostage, was already at the end of December to the attention of the police. According to a spokesman for the 25-Year-old had announced at the time of a suicide. Then the authorities admitted him provisionally to the self-protection in psychiatry. There, the man threatened, according to police information, with a bomb. Officials searched his hotel room in münster, country, found, however, the only commercially available new year's eve fireworks.
According to information from authorities circles had the competent district court, the man provisionally up to 8. January, trained in psychiatry. It remains unclear why the man was able to move on Monday. Prosecutors and police did not want to comment on with regard to the ongoing investigation to the reasons behind.
The 25-Year-old was held on Monday evening in a sports hall in Lengerich the children and young people and two supervisors for about an hour and threatened to detonate a bomb. He had made some connection loose receivables, it said. After that he let the children first between the ages of twelve and 18 years of age. A little later, the two 23-year-old carers were able to leave the hall unharmed. The victims were temporarily being cared for by police in a neighboring hardware store. Special forces overpowered the man, he has no weapons or explosives were found. All the hostages were unharmed. The motive for the crime is still unclear. The 25-Year-old is clearly mentally ill. He was admitted in a psychiatry.
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