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Six injured after shooting in Mannheim – police target rocker milieu

In the middle of the night, shots were fired in a Mannheim district. Several people are injured. A special group of 20 officers is investigating the police.

In a dispute in front of a pub in Mannheim *, six men between the ages of 35 and 45 were shot injured. They were taken to surrounding clinics, the prosecutor and police announced on Saturday. A first clue led the investigators into the rocker milieu. An investigation team of 20 officers with the code name "Jakob" was set up at the Mannheim Criminal Police Office. After the fact, at least one stranger fled the scene in a dark car, the authorities said. A manhunt was initially unsuccessful.
MANNHEIM24 * reports on the further developments in the investigations into the shooting in Mannheim in the news ticker.

The forces in Mannheim are supported by experts from the Forensic Institute at the Baden-Württemberg State Criminal Police Office (LKA) in securing and evaluating traces. The Mannheim police want to share new findings on Monday. * MANNHEIM24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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