After the anti-Semitic attack on a rabbi and his two sons in Munich, a suspect has made. The 40-year-old woman had granted mutual insults, the police said. She denies, however, to have someone anti-Semitic insulted or spit at the 19-year-old son of the rabbi. The woman went in for reporting the incident to the police and made a statement there.

According to police, the 53-year-old rabbi and his two sons had been insulted and spit on Saturday afternoon after visiting a synagogue. An unknown man is said to have called the family from the other side of the street a "shitty Jew". A woman had watched the incident from her car out and then insulted one of the 19-year-old with the same insult. The young man had wanted to address the woman from the passenger side, then she spat in his face through the open window and drove away.

The suspects, who has now reported to the police, should have made there information about why she even turned into the ongoing conflict, as well as to their concrete statements. The investigators did not want to publish details, because the truthfulness of the statement is to be examined by further witness interviews.

There was still no success in finding the second suspect. The police are investigating the case on suspicion of sedition.