Duisburg (dpa / lnw) - The police, customs and city in Duisburg carried out large-scale controls against clan crime in several places on Wednesday. According to a spokesman, the police paid particular attention to high-quality vehicles. "We wanted to know who is sitting next to whom and who is the owner of the vehicle," said a spokesman for the German Press Agency in the evening. The recording is important for the investigation of future crimes. At the same time, customs checked in the fight against undeclared work and the city kept an eye on suspected debtors. The police spokesman announced a first balance for the late evening.
According to the police, the controls are not related to a shootout between the Hells Angels rocker group and a Turkish-Arab clan in Duisburg in early May. Four people were injured on May 4 and numerous people involved were taken into custody.