Two students were insulted at a subway station in Munich - after that it got worse. However, this is not the only case where the police are investigating.
- The police in Munich are asking for information regarding "state-related offenses".
- In one case, two students were badly insulted and threatened.
- The students responded just right after the incident.
Munich - Several " state protection-related offenses ", according to the police , recently occurred in the Munich area . The most recent case took place on Tuesday (11 February) at 6.40 p.m. near the Kieferngarten underground station in Freimann .
Students in Munich racially insulted - after that it gets worse
Two underage pupils were approached by a wheelchair user with male accompaniment . The wheelchair user racially insulted the two students, the police said.
When asked by one of the students , the companion threatened him in Freimann with an open pocket knife . The two students then informed their parents and informed the police .
Munich: Police investigate for threats and insults
The Commissioner 44 for State Security Offenses is responsible for investigations into insult and threats . Persons who can provide relevant information are requested to contact the Munich Police Headquarters , phone 089 / 2910-0 or any other police station.
The wheelchair user is described as follows: female, about 70 years old, stout, spoke high German; dressed in a dark top (jacket or sweater) and a blanket. There is currently no personal description of her male companion.
Video: swastika and fire in restaurant - state protection determined
Another case in Graefelfing: Munich police investigated for "slogans with a National Socialist context"
According to the police, another incident occurred in Graefelfing on Saturday, January 25th. An unknown perpetrator rang the door of a 51-year-old on Am Wasserbogen to carry out a survey. He said " slogans with a National Socialist context, " said the police . Another local resident informed the police about a similar incident. An immediately initiated search has so far been unsuccessful.
The culprit is described as follows: Male, about 20 years old, about 175 cm tall, dark blonde, short hair, slim and dressed in a dark jacket. Witnesses are asked to contact the police headquarters in Munich, Kommissariat 44, phone 089 / 2910-0 or any other police station with any information.
Munich: Police headquarters determined after video violation of the weapons law
The Commissioner also investigated 44 after an incident at the beginning of January because of a “ state protection-related offense ”. At that time, the Munich Police Headquarters became aware of a video on a social network. In this video , an unknown person shot from a building with a gun .
An 18-year-old from Oberschleissheim was eventually identified as the person from the video . During a house search, devotional objects with a Nazi connection, several firearms (one firearm and two compressed air weapons) as well as the associated ammunition and a brass knuckle were found. The 18-year-old does not have a weapon license. He was therefore reported for violating the weapons law .
An incident recently occurred in the middle of Munich, for which Commissioner 44 had started the investigation. A man showed the Hitler salute at Marienplatz - then he struck unexpectedly.
A little later, a man from Munich freaked out again at Marienplatz - before that he spread Nazi slogans in the S-Bahn.