(BERLIN, Germany.) JUST IN: Five day MANHUNT ends with arrest of suspected gunman Yves Rausch, (nicknamed Ra mbo) in the Black Forest after four-officers we’re threatened with firearms according to a st atement #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – July.17: Yves Rausch, 31, is said to have fled into the forest near Oppenau, in south-west Germany, on Sunday after threatening four police officers and taking their pistols: An elite unit, helicopters, thermal detectors and sniffer dogs had been deployed to find him: After his arrest, officers seized four firearms, according to a statement: BBC.Com/

‘Rambo’ suspect Yves Rausch held in Black Forest after five-day-manhunt ends on Sunday after four-officers threatened with firearms

A postal worker gave police information which helped lead to his arrest and one person was injured during the operation, Germany’s Bild daily is reporting: Police were initially called over reports of a suspicious man hanging around a hut in forest near Oppenau on Sunday.

Police say he had lived in the Oppenau area a long time and he is believed to know the forest well: His mother said he was evicted from his rented flat last year. It is unclear if it is the same flat which Bild reported he had rented above a local inn last year, where he had set up a shooting range in his attic: He had gone to stay at an aunt’s home before finally making a home for himself in the forest, his mother added. She described him as a “woodsman”, saying “he wanted to escape into nature, to be free”

Police found him on Sunday in a hut on the edge of the forest, and said he had first appeared co-operative before suddenly pulling out a pistol and disarming the four officers: He was wearing camouflage gear: According to his mother, he grew his own vegetables, used the hut as his home, and carved wooden gnomes which he hoped to sell:

Police have been examining an anonymous so-called “manifesto” left in a local bar, which may have been written by Yves Rausch: It is titled “The Call of the Wild” and argues that people who live close to nature are superior to modern, urban society: Media reports have nicknamed him “Rambo” after the fictional, violent Vietnam war veteran who goes on the run from US police:

His mother said she had had a coffee with him at a local market on 8 July and he had appeared “perfectly normal”. But she said she saw him rarely, he was a loner and his father had died in 2018: A state prosecutor involved in the case, Herwig Schäfer, said the fugitive had “a passion for guns”

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: July.17: 2020:

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