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Five people have been seriously injured in the town of Schaffhausen in Switzerland, when a crazed man started attacking random people with a chainsaw.
Police have said they do not believe Monday’s attack in the historic town of Schaffhausen is terrorism related, but warned the public that the man at large is “dangerous.” Shauffhausen public prosecutor Peter Sticher said the attacker had been identified as 51-year-old Franz Wrousis, a Swiss national with no fixed address who lives in a forest.
The attack began in an insurance office, Sticher said, and a Volkswagen van that belongs to Wrousis has been found. Christina Wettstein, a spokesperson for the insurance company CSS based in Switzerland, said two of the company’s employees were injured, one seriously. They have undergone surgery, she said, and their lives are no longer at risk.
The attacker, Franz Wrousis, was described by locals and policemen as a schizophrenic and an unstable individual
Wettstein said the suspect has a health insurance policy with the company and believes the attack was motivated by a possible ongoing dispute between Wrousis and the company. Wrousis, who has two previous convictions for weapons offenses, is reported to have entered the offices in Schaffhausen on Monday morning. He then allegedly attacked a number of people working in the branch of health insurance company CSS.
At least one employee was left with serious injuries, but is now out of danger.
On Monday afternoon, authorities said the vehicle he was believed to be driving – a white Volkswagen – had been found, but Mr Wrousis remained at large. People living near the woods just outside the city confirmed that Mr Wrousis had been living in the area for at least a couple of weeks.
One resident told the news site they had reported him to police on two occasions after he verbally attacked them. Police confirmed that Wrousis is a schizophrenic who was a client of the health insurance firm he attacked.
Wrousis’ van being towed by police to be examined
He is of no fixed address and, in between living in hotels and community lodgings, routinely camped out in forests. He spent years living in his VW Caddy. Footage shows panicked shoppers watching in horror as armed policemen sealed off the town center just after 11am.
Local news site Blick gave accounts from locals saying an elderly man with severe head wounds was rushed in an ambulance to hospital. A shoe shop worker said one of their customers was among the injured, adding: “Nobody can leave the stores anymore.”
Schaffhausen police are leading a massive manhunt after confirming they were responding to a “special situation” — but ruled out a terror motive.