NewsFive dead in Königs Wusterhausen - further investigations

Five dead in Königs Wusterhausen – further investigations

A family drama in Brandenburg last weekend: The investigation continues, the written results of the autopsies are still pending, according to the public prosecutor.

Königs Wusterhausen – In the case of the five dead from Brandenburg, the investigators continue to investigate the background to the crime. The written results of the autopsy are still pending – they will only be available in a few weeks, said Chief Prosecutor Gernot Bantleon on Thursday upon request.

It is also not yet certain that the weapon found was also the murder weapon: "The investigation continues."

The five bodies – including the three children aged four, eight and ten – were found on Saturday by the police in the single-family house southeast of Berlin. According to previous investigations, the father is said to have first killed the children and his wife and then himself with a gun. dpa

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