AKIPRESS.COM - German police probing the deaths of three people shot with crossbow arrows in a rural Bavarian hotel near Passau have found two more female bodies in a flat 650km (400 miles) away, BBC reports.
The flat in Wittingen had been occupied by a 30-year-old woman who was one of the victims found in the hotel room.
The other two in the hotel room were a man and woman found in bed, hand-in-hand, impaled with several arrows.
There was no sign of a fight, nor of another participant, police said.
All five victims were resident in Germany.
Two crossbows were found lying in the hotel room and a third in a bag belonging to the group.
The couple found in bed were a man aged 53 and a woman aged 33, both from the western state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
Public prosecutor Walter Feiler told a news conference that the man had been shot twice in the head and three times in the chest, while the woman lying next to him had one wound in the head and another in the chest.
The third victim, the 30-year-old woman, "was lying in front of the double bed and had one shot from a crossbow between the throat and the chin", he added.
The German daily Merkur said that the 30-year-old woman was reportedly the sister of one of the women found in Wittingen. Merkur identified her only as "C" and said she had registered as an occupant of the flat in March.