After finding the bodies of four people in Potsdam, a woman was detained, the German newspaper Märkische Allgemeine reported on Thursday, April 29, citing local police.
The police drove to the Babelsberg area in Potsdam on Wednesday evening. They found the bodies of four killed, as well as a seriously wounded man, at Oberlinhaus, an educational and rehabilitation center for the Evangelical Church of Germany. Police detained a 51-year-old woman suspected of a crime. As noted by the publication, she worked at Oberlinhaus.
The homicide squad and forensic examination establish the circumstances of the incident. In addition to police officers, members of the homicide squad and forensic experts are working on the scene.
Investigators establish the circumstances of the death of those killed. The personal data of the victims were not disclosed.
“We cannot yet make any statements about the motives for the crime,” a police spokesman said.
On April 28, it was reported that a resident of Kabardino-Balkaria was put on the wanted list, suspected of killing her newborn daughter, whose body was found at a landfill. The investigation established that the woman is the biological mother of the murdered child. The suspect left her permanent place of residence and is hiding from the investigating authorities.