Police Investigating Deaths of 21 Employees After Colleague Caught Poisoning Lunches at Major Company

June 28, 2018Jun 28, 2018

Police officials in Germany are investigating the death of 21 individuals after a serious discovery was made. According to reports, all of the deceased individuals may have been killed on purpose by a co-worker who poisoned their lunches.

"A 56-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder at a company in the northwestern town of Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock, said the police in nearby Bielefeld, where the man lives. Police did not name the suspect. He was seen on a security camera opening a co-worker's lunchbox and putting a substance on the sandwich inside, the police said in a statement," reported CNN.

A powdery substance was said to have been found in the suspect's bag. It was extremely lucky that the man with the latest poisoned sandwich noticed the substance on his food.

"Testing by the regional criminal office of North Rhine-Westphalia indicated the substance on the bread was toxic lead acetate, and there was enough to cause severe organ damage, authorities said. The accused was brought before a judge on May 17, who issued an arrest warrant for attempted murder," reported CNN.

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