Published: Sun, October 22, 2017
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Knife-wielding man injures 4 people in Germany's Munich

Knife-wielding man injures 4 people in Germany's Munich

A man wounded several people with a knife in the southern German city of Munich on Saturday and officers are looking for the assailant, police and the fire department said.

According to police, the suspect was captured travelling by bicycle a few kilometres south of where the attacks took place.

The authorities previously said they had deployed "all available police forces" to search for the attacker.

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Police said the suspect was arrested a few hours after the incident and added that the authorities are working to determine whether he was the actual culprit.

During the manhunt, police described the suspect as a thickset man of about 40, with short blond hair, unshaven, wearing a green jacket, gray trousers and a backpack with a sleeping pad attached.

Shortly after Saturday noon, the police said on Twitter that they had caught the suspect. "Update to description of the suspect: corpulent figure, short middle-blond hair, unshaven".

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Munich also witnessed a knife attack past year wherein the attacker later proved to be a mentally disturbed person.

The victims were five men and one woman, da Gloria Martins told journalists.

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