A man is shot dead in Ahlen in the Münsterland. The detectives are investigating his private and professional environment. According to the public prosecutor’s office, there are no indications of the motif so far.
A 34-year-old man was shot in front of his apartment building in Ahlen, Westphalia. According to the police, witnesses discovered the victim shortly after 10 p.m. on Thursday evening. “At the moment we have no evidence of the perpetrator or perpetrators or any possible motive,” said the prosecutor.
“We are investigating at full speed in all directions and will particularly shed light on the private and professional environment of the 34-year-old,” said the murder police.
47-year-old injured by gunfire
According to investigators, the man had worked in a restaurant until about 9:20 PM on Thursday. The detectives are looking for witnesses who saw the later victim in the city after this time. That evening, the 34-year-old was in his car with a Beckum (BE) license plate. Like Ahlen, Beckum is located in the Warendorf district. The autopsy was ordered for Friday, as chief prosecutor Martin Botzenhardt said.
At the beginning of the week, a 47-year-old was injured by a shot in the arm in Lienen in Tecklenburger Land. A murder commission in Münster is also investigating this case. The man came to the hospital. According to a joint report from police and public prosecutor on Monday, there was no risk of death. In this case too, the background is unclear; Nothing is known about connections with the Ahlen incident.