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The man tried to blackmail authorities and stores with poisoned baby food

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A man attempted to blackmail authorities with jars of poisoned baby food.

A German man could face life in prison for putting poisoned jars of baby food on grocery store shelves as part of a disturbed blackmail scheme.

According to The Local, prosecutors say the 53-year-old man emailed authorities and stores earlier this month and said if he was not given 10 million euros, he would go into grocery stores and put poisoned food on the shelves. To prove he was serious, last week he told police that he’d put five cans of poisoned baby food on shelves in a store. He told police where the poisoned baby food was and said if they didn’t give him the money, he’d do it again and not tell them where it was.

Sure enough, the jars of baby food tested positive for ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid.

Store security cameras had footage of the suspect, who wore a hat and sunglasses in the store. Still, it was enough for him to be identified. Police released the security camera footage, and tips from the public brought police to the suspect.

His DNA was reportedly found on the baby food cans, and he eventually confessed.

The man could face charges of extortion under threat of force, which would carry a sentence of between five and 15 years in prison. He could also be charged with attempted homicide, which carries a life sentence.

Police say they believe they found all the poisoned food and the suspect says he didn't poison anything besides the five jars they found. Still, police are urging everyone to be extra careful when making sure their food hadn’t been unsealed or tampered with.

Here’s a list of the healthiest and unhealthiest foods for your baby, according to pediatricians and nutritionists.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.


55-year-old man who poisoned baby food arrested

German police announced Saturday the arrest of a 53-year-old man “strongly suspected” of poisoning baby food and threatening to contaminate other products in stores nationwide and across Europe.

The man was detained by officers near Tubingen, south of Stuttgart, following information received from the public, police and prosecutors said in a joint statement.

At a press conference, they said that the man had refused to shed light on his motives but that evidence implicating him was discovered at his home. It also appears that he acted alone.

Local deputy chief of police Uwe Stuermer described the man as “eccentric” and mentally disturbed.

On Thursday police alerted the public to the risk of food being poisoned, saying a blackmailer was demanding millions of euros in cash.

Authorities released surveillance footage of the suspect, whom they earlier described as aged 55, wearing glasses and a white cap, which ultimately led to the arrest.

To press the demand, the blackmailer had poisoned five baby food products and last week alerted police to the store they were placed in, in the southern city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance.

The food — which had been laced with ethylene glycol, a chemical found in anti-freeze and brake fluid — was found and removed.

But it prompted the nationwide appeal for information on the suspect and a warning about the potential of other contaminated food, which authorities repeated Saturday.

Through the video surveillance of the stores where the baby jars were identified, police were able to obtain images clearly showing the face of the 55-year-old man, who has not been named.



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