After shots in Berlin: 28-year-old arrested
Heavily armed police officers comb through houses around Dahlmannstraße in the rather tranquil Charlottenburg in the evening. After shots with two injured, the perpetrators fled.
After shots in Berlin-Charlottenburg, which injured two men, the police arrested a 28-year-old. Whether the man shot was still unclear, the police said on Thursday. He had no weapon with him when he was arrested on Wednesday evening. The police are looking for other suspects. According to previous knowledge, there should have been an argument between several people before the shots were fired.
According to the police, the arrested 28-year-old also had injuries. These were probably caused by blunt force. The man was treated as an outpatient and then handed over to the criminal police. It is being investigated for dangerous bodily harm.
The two injured are still in the hospital, police said. The 26 and 28-year-old men were hit in the legs. The gunshot wounds are said to be non-life-threatening.