German police have arrested a suspected gunman nicknamed “Rambo” after a five-day manhunt in the Black Forest.
Yves Rausch, 31, is said to have fled into the forest near Oppenau, in south-west Germany, on Sunday after threatening four police officers and taking their pistols.
An elite unit, helicopters, thermal detectors and sniffer dogs had been deployed to find him.
After his arrest, officers seized four firearms, according to a statement.
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