The man is said to have spread religious and sometimes Islamophobic writing throughout Upper Austria and caused damage of an amount that is currently unknown.
According to the order of the Wels public prosecutor’s office, the 37-year-old’s apartment was searched. There, the investigators were able to secure 60 spray cans, handwritten notes with religious mottos and also the suspect’s mobile phone and a notebook.
The man confessed, but not remorsefully. Investigations into other crime scenes are ongoing.
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