“On a late summer afternoon last year. A man is sitting in a supermarket cafe. He’s waiting. A little later a young guy appears. He raises his hand briefly, reveals himself. The two talk, then they go to a car in the parking lot. The luggage compartment is opened. The older of the two takes something from a bag. The young man checks the item and then takes three bundles of money from his pocket. It is 10,400 euros,” an author of the German news outlet augsburger-allgemeine.de described the weapons deal the 25-year-old suspect allegedly conducted.
According to police information, the 25-year-old suspect from Neuburg-Schrobenhausen intended to purchase three Glock 17 handguns, three silencers and 3000 rounds of 9mm ammunition for 10,400 euros. The defendant allegedly tried to conduct the arms deal in a supermarket parking lot, however, SEK (Special Mission Command – a special unit of the German police) intervened and arrested the 25-year-old man, who showed no resistance when authorities