Somali man accused of killing 52-year-old arrested in Germany1 min read
A Somali man suspected of killing a 52-year-old has been arrested in Germany.
The body of a man was found dead in Regen, Munich, on Monday, according to media reports.
Two hours after the death of the man, a 21-year-old Somali man was arrested, who was said to be living with the 52-year-old man.
When the young Somali was arrested, police investigated and found that he had committed previous crimes, including property damage and bodily injuries.
Police say they are still investigating the Somali man, and are looking for full evidence in the case.
It was only recently when an incident in Würzburg shocked residents after a Somali man killed three people and injured several others.
Last week, police in Frankfurt shot and wounded a 27-year-old Somali man armed with two knifes who tried to kill an elderly man in a foiled attack.
Many Somalis in Germany have raised their concerns about the incidents being attributed to them for fear of being harassed by neo-Nazi groups who oppose Germany’s immigration policies.