Hamburg police: Person who shot Jehovah’s Witnesses suspected dead
MOSCOW, March 10 – RIA Novosti. Local police said the man who opened fire near the headquarters of the extremist organization of Jehovah’s Witnesses*, banned in the Russian Federation, in Hamburg, Germany on Thursday, is believed to be dead.
Police added that the investigation is currently ongoing to find out if accomplices beat the culprit at the crime scene.
Earlier, the media reported that around 21:00 local time, an armed attack took place near the headquarters of the extremist organization of Jehovah’s Witnesses*, which is banned in the Russian Federation, and seven people were killed as a result of the incident. Hamburger Morgenpost later reported that at least 24 people were injured.
* An extremist organization banned in Russia
The attacker who opened fire in Tel Aviv was neutralized by the police.
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