More Bodies Found After Police Search for Clues in Crossbow Killing Spree

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May 14, 2019May 14, 2019

A terrifying incident has recently rocked the citizens of Germany. According to reports, multiple people were found dead in a shocking scene. Police are investigating the event and believe they died in connection to a crossbow weapon.

"Investigators said a 53-year-old man and 33-year-old woman – found hand-in-hand in a hotel bed in Passau, near the Austrian border on Saturday – were shot with arrows to the heart and heads. They were identified as Torsten W., and Kerstin E. Meanwhile, a 30-year-old woman, identified as Farina C., was found on the floor of the same room with an arrow in her neck," reported Fox.

Now, more bodies have just been discovered. Police believe that two more deaths are linked to the three people who were originally found. The original three people are said to have been medieval combat enthusiasts.

At this time, officials say there doesn't appear to have been any struggle at the scene of the deaths. They have released very little other evidence at this time.

"Initial evidence appears to suggest that the younger woman first shot the other two and then herself, German news agency DPA quoted a prosecutor as saying, adding that it appeared to be a case of 'killing on demand' or suicide," wrote Fox.

The two bodies found this week are said to be connected to the death, but officials have not said how. They noted that a neighbor of the deceased people called the police after she noticed mail piling up at the apartment.

We will keep you updated on this strange story as more details come in. Please join us in praying for all the victims at this sad time.

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