The spying attempts at Stuttgart airport, could have a terrorist Background. At least one of the Suspects, according to information from the Deutsche Presse-Agentur the Islamist Milieu. Previously it was said that he was classified as a threat. This was, according to the Reuters sources, but first of all, do not doubt to confirm. Further, it was targeted by four Suspects are currently. Safety circuits confirmed the German press Agency on Thursday. Previously, the südwestrundfunk (SWR) had reported about it. Two of the Wanted were father and son and originated from North Rhine-Westphalia. They had already noticed last week, the French police, as they did at the Paris Charles de Gaulle airport photos from the Terminal. According to the radio report, the two men were spotted at the airport in Stuttgart. They could be identified, therefore, on the basis of video recordings. The competent police headquarters in Reutlingen, Germany, did not want to comment on the report. The investigation of the Stuttgart Prosecutor’s office, which is not expressed, but on Thursday evening, on request.

According to a report by the newspaper “daily mirror”, citing security circles last week and on Wednesday the young men were filmed by a surveillance camera. The people would have been stopped at the security gate, without a flight without Luggage. Against this Background, the Federal police have used the so-called special unit of the BFE plus at the airport to a stop to prevent.

According to a ZDF report in the Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 13. December two people in the evening, in the terminal area of the airport photos. They were then driven away in a van with German license plates. After the evaluation of the surveillance videos French terror investigators have made contact with their German colleagues; they found, therefore, a track to the Islamists. In addition, to have also spied last week, two people in the Stuttgart airport. There is evidence for a direct connection. According to ZDF, there should have been Investigations for possible terrorist attacks.