The Sunday Review

German police arrested an Iranian national on suspicion of planning a terror attackAccording to authorities, the announcement was made Sunday.

The police in the west city of Munster claimed that the 32-year old man was believed to have obtained unspecified amounts of The preparations for an infection with ricin, cyanide, and ricin “Islamist-motivated attack.”

After an investigation by the North Rhine-Westphalia Central Office for the Prosecution, the suspect was taken into custody of Terrorism, a Unit of the Düsseldorf Public Prosecutor’s Office, according to police.

Police retrieved materials during a Search of the suspect’s home in the city of Castrop-Rauxel is being investigated and a police spokesperson said.

Police said that another person was also being held as part of the investigation, but did not provide further details.