The German police discovered a new explosive in the investigation into the revenge actions of a now deceased gardener. The bomb was hidden in a carport at a house in the town of Fischbach.
Now that a total of three explosive charges have been discovered – two of them went off, resulting in one dead man and one wounded, the police in the Kaiserslautern region again warns of the ‘invisible danger’.
According to a police spokesman, the revengeful gardener Bernard Graumann has probably hidden more explosives (possibly in postal parcels or in firewood stacks at former customers).
On Sunday, a mother and daughter were injured because an explosive exploded in their wood-burning stove. That was hidden in a piece of wood.
Earlier this week, the German police also issued a warning for explosives that the gardener might have hidden in people’s gardens. The reason was the death of a doctor who had picked up a disguised explosive in front of his practice which then exploded.
The 59-year-old main suspect, gardener Bernard Graumann, poisoned himself last Friday and is exacting revenge on ‘bad customers’ from beyond the grave.