According to the police, four men were wounded in a knife stab in the German city of Hanau on Tuesday. The attackers then fled.
Preliminary investigations showed that passersby were separately in the city center when five or six men attacked and attacked them.
The wounded, aged between 17 and 26, were taken to health centers, some with stab wounds. According to the police, her life is not in danger.
The Hanau public prosecutor’s office has taken over the investigation. A police helicopter joined the search for suspects.
The city of Hanau, in the state of Hesse, became known at the end of February for a xenophobic terrorist attack by an armed man. Ten people died, and the attacker identified as Tobias R. who committed suicide also killed his 72-year-old mother.