The Cologne police held ten young men aged between 18 and 28 in Cologne Central Station late this morning, after they were said by witnesses to have called “Allahu Akbar” on the forecourt shortly before. They wore long robes with vests. Immediately dispatched task forces closed off the area extensively and searched the area of the station for suspects with the support of officers of the Federal Police. They arrived at a total of ten persons, to whom the description of the witness matched. Police officers brought them to the office, where investigators from the State Security examined and questioned them. According to the interrogations and the current state of the investigation, there is no criminal charge against the ten men in relation to the conduct described. Only in one case did the investigators find a one-hand knife. In total, the police mission lasted about one hour.