At least five nationals of Turkey fell victims of a shooting in the German town of Hanau on Wednesday, Turkish ambassador to Germany Kemal Aydin said.
Eleven people, including the alleged shooter, were killed. A man opened fire near a hookah bar and fled. Later on he opened fire at another location.
The suspected shooter was found dead in his home hours later, police said.
Officers discovered the suspect and another body at the same address, police said in a tweet posted around 5 a.m. local time. They didn’t provide any additional information, but said there were “no indications of further perpetrators.”
According to Bild newspaper, the gunman is suspected of far-right links. German media said he left a letter claiming responsibility.