Kassel (AP) - The police have in the east of North Rhine-Westphalia looking for more weapons hiding places in connection with the murder case Lübcke. This was reported by the "Westfalen-Blatt". In the search operation in the district Höxter, inter alia, detection dogs were used, reported an eyewitness of the newspaper. The search was initially inconclusive. The Kassel government president Walter Lübcke was shot dead on 2 June. The Attorney General is based on a right-wing extremist background. The main suspect had initially confessed to the crime, but later revoked it.
Crime: murder case Lübcke: Search for more weapons depots in NRW
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