Arrest in Ulm – pensioner (66) is said to be the scary letter bomber – Inland news

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Stuttgart / Heidelberg – Is the eerie letter bomb series over? After three attacks with explosive mail on food companies, a pensioner (66) is in custody.

 The  Heidelberg public prosecutor and the Baden-Württemberg State Criminal Police Office announced this on Saturday. © www.de24.news The  man is suspected of sending at least three letter bombs in the mail.


Big effort!  A helicopter was also used after the explosion at Lidl headquarters

A helicopter was also used after the explosion at Lidl headquartersPhoto: 7aktuell.de/Simon Adomat

In the past few days, mail had exploded in the Wild factory in Eppelheim (which produces Capri-Sun, among others) and in the headquarters of the Lidl supermarket chain in Neckarsulm. In Bavaria, the police last intercepted an explosive piece of mail addressed to the baby food manufacturer Hipp.


The explosive letters were posted in Ulmer Rosengasse

© www.de24.news The  explosive letters were posted in Ulmer RosengassePhoto: Michael Hahn

© www.de24.news The  first bomb exploded on January 16 at the beverage bottler in Eppelheim and injured an employee. © www.de24.news The  next day, three Lidl employees were injured.
▶ ︎ According to BILD information, all sender addresses given are student residences – in Ulm, Augsburg and Munich. Three different women’s names were given that are not reported there. © www.de24.news The y’re probably fictional. One of the last names is “Merkel”, another “Schwarz” – like Lidl founder Dieter Schwarz (81).


Flutter tape hangs on the Lidl headquarters in Neckarsulm

Flutter tape hangs on the Lidl headquarters in NeckarsulmPhoto: Christoph Schmidt / dpa

© www.de24.news The  suspect is a pensioner who has never appeared before the police. He was found by special forces at his place of residence near Ulm (Ba.-Wü.) and did not defend himself against the arrest.

© www.de24.news The  investigators are currently investigating evidence that was found in the 66-year-old’s house. At the request of the Heidelberg public prosecutor’s office, an arrest warrant was issued and enforced. Now the alleged bomb maker is in custody. He is silent on the allegations.


A forensic technician in a protective suit brings evidence into a police vehicle

A forensic technician in a protective suit brings evidence into a police vehiclePhoto: Sebastian Gollnow / dpa

According to initial findings, it is unlikely that the man sent more letter bombs in the mail.





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