Berlin’s Gesundbrunnen area a primary school is being evacuated due to a “dangerous situation,” according to police. Officers have sealed off a Berlin primary school and its premises due to a potentially “dangerous situation”, the capital’s police wrote on Twitter.
“Police have been deployed because of the suspicion of a dangerous situation in a primary school,” police reported.
Students and teachers were led from the building, police later stated, urging local residents to avoid the area.
German tabloid newspaper B.Z. reported that, before the police operation in the area, witnesses had noticed ‘suspicious people’ entering the school building.
Police received a call from a person who claimed to have spotted two suspicious persons entering the school, police spokesman Thomas Neuendorf said, adding that the call triggered the operation. However, the officers have not yet found anybody suspicious, the spokesman added.
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“The search at the school, in which weare also involved, has not so far led to the determination of suspicious persons.” (police spokesman Thomas Neuendorf)
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