A teenager was found dead on the grounds of a school center in Lohr am Main in Lower Franconia on Friday afternoon. A police spokesman announced this on Friday evening. A teenage suspect was arrested. He should be brought before an investigating judge on Saturday to examine a possible pre-trial detention.

The police are currently assuming it was a homicide. The victim was 14 years old, a police spokesman said on Friday evening. Another young person reported to a police station in the afternoon and reported that an acquaintance of his had killed another person. The police then drove to the school center and found the seriously injured man there.

An ambulance could only determine his death. It was initially unclear whether the victim was still alive when police arrived. The suspect was arrested by the police at around 6 p.m. The spokesman initially did not provide any specific information about his age. He was said to be in his teens.

It was still the summer holidays in Bavaria this Friday. Lohr am Main lies between Würzburg and Aschaffenburg and has around 15,000 inhabitants.

Children who are suspected of killing other children – these are cases that leave you speechless and helpless. It was only announced on Tuesday that an eleven-year-old boy was said to be responsible for the violent death of a ten-year-old girl in a children’s home in Wunsiedel, Upper Franconia. The case shocked far beyond the borders of Bavaria, especially since the results of the investigation sound almost unbelievable: Before her death at the hands of a roommate in the children’s home who was almost the same age, the ten-year-old was said to have been raped by a 25-year-old burglar. But the German should not be responsible for the death. He has now been charged and has largely admitted the crimes, as police and public prosecutors announced on Tuesday.

The boy, on the other hand, at eleven years old, is too young to be punished for the crime attributed to him. According to the findings, he strangled the girl after the two children had argued. What this was about remained unclear at first.

But there are also other cases: In March, two 12 and 13 year old girls confessed to stabbing 12 year old Luisa in Freudenberg in North Rhine-Westphalia. Both are not yet of criminal responsibility, so there will be no legal proceedings in this case. At the end of August, a 15-year-old German was sentenced to a ten-year youth prison sentence for the murder of a 14-year-old in Wunstorf near Hanover.