German police on Tuesday stormed an accommodation facility for refugees and 12 homes around the country that were believed to house people suspected of financing terrorism.
- Police searched residences in the eastern states of Thuringia and Saxony as well as in Bavaria, the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia and in Hamburg, police in Thuringia said in a statement.
- The investigation has so far not uncovered any concrete risk of attack, they said.
- No one was arrested during the raids, a police spokeswoman eastern state of Thuringia said.
- A non-dangerous substance had been found and that was now being investigated.