Two days after the discovery of three corpses in a boarding house in Passau - the people were apparently caused by arrows or bolts from a crossbow and killed - were found in the apartment of one of the victims in lower Saxony, two more bodies. The dead women were discovered in the apartment of one of the Passauer victims in Wittingen (district Gifhorn), said a spokesman for the Prosecutor's office in Passau. The police in Gifhorn, should determine backgrounds and the identity of the women, told the investigators in lower Bavaria.
Also, it is currently unclear how the two women died. Open is also, such as the death of the two with the Passauer crossbow case depends on three dead, said a police spokesman on Monday in Gifhorn. One of the two dead in Wittingen is probably the partner of the dead 30-Year-old from Passau, Germany.
on Monday morning, the prosecution had disclosed further information to the case, in lower Bavaria. In the bodies of two of the dead were in bed together, put several arrows, such as the Passau senior Prosecutor Walter Feiler said. The third Dead, it was on the floor, had stuck an arrow in the body. What happened exactly in the room, is still unclear. The bodies of a 53-year-old man and a 33-year-old wife were Hand-in-Hand on the bed, said Feiler. An autopsy should provide further insights to the circumstances of the Deaths. The results should be ready on Tuesday.
The 53-Year-old and the 33-Year-old were reported to the chief Prosecutor that in a small place in Altenkirchen in the Westerwald in Rhineland-Palatinate, the 30-Year-old in Wittingen. So far, according to the police, it is unclear how they stood to each other.
In the apartment in Wittingen were found in Passau - no crossbows or arrows, such as the police spokesman Thomas Reuter in Gifhorn said. "The possible links to the dead in Passau are the subject of the investigation." Officials had discovered the bodies in Wittingen, as they wanted to inform the partner of the 30-Year-old about the death. A post-mortem of all the five bodies to provide further insights to the circumstances of the Deaths. The results of the dead from Passau should be available on Tuesday.