Multiple shots fired at railway station near Munich, leave several injured: Police
MUNICH: At least one shot was fired at a railway station outside the southern German city of Munich on Tuesday leaving several persons injured, police said, adding that the scene had been secured.
"A handgun was used during a police operation at S-Bahn station Unterfoehring," police tweeted, referring to a northeastern suburb of the Bavarian city.
Several people were wounded when shots were fired at a commuter rail station near the southern German city of Munich on Tuesday and one person was detained, police said.
"Several people were injured by shots. A female police officer was badly wounded," Munich police tweeted.
It was not immediately clear whether it was a police officer or an assailant who had fired. Police said they had cleared the station.
Authorities reported that a handgun was fired during a police operation at an S-Bahn station in Unterfoehring, a northeastern suburb of the Bavarian city, and that the scene was now secured.
German police ruled out any political or religious motive in a shooting Tuesday at a commuter rail station outside the southern city of Munich, saying the attacker acted out of "personal" reasons.
"The sole male perpetrator was motivated by personal reasons. There is no political or religious background here," police spokesman Marcus da Gloria Martins told reporters.