Synagogue in Hagen: Suspect Syrian applies for a detention test

The 16-year-old, who is said to have planned an attack on the synagogue in Hagen, has applied for a detention test. The responsible court will decide on this within two weeks, said Justice Minister Peter Biesenbach (CDU) on Tuesday. He had previously visited the State Criminal Police Office in Düsseldorf with Interior Minister Herbert Reul (CDU) and Prime Minister Armin Laschet (CDU). The politicians wanted to thank the investigators in the case.

Last week, a large number of police were deployed to guard the synagogue in Hagen. A little later, the 16-year-old Syrian was arrested and taken into custody. He is said to have contacted an IS terrorist and asked him about the construction of bombs. The youth himself had denied having planned an attack.

The defender of the young person, Ihsan Tanyolu, told the German Press Agency on Tuesday that he had applied for the detention test last week on Friday. He is also waiting for the investigators’ files to be inspected. (dpa)

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