"C" was found in the hotel room, penetrated through the chest. They had driven down from the German states of Rhineland-Palatinate and Lower Saxony.
The bodies of two women have been found at the apartment in Germany of one of three people who died at a hotel several hundred kilometres away in a mysterious case involving crossbows, police said Monday. Police said the three victims found on Saturday, were a 53-year-old man and two women aged 33 and 30, all of them German citizens. According to local newspaper Passaauer Neue Presse, a police spokesperson said the women were not the man's daughters.
The bodies were found at the hotel in Passau on Saturday morning by an employee who opened the door to their three-bed room when they didn't respond to repeated knocking. The man and 33-year-old woman were found lying together in bed, while the younger woman was found lying on the floor.
Pep Guardiola warns rivals Manchester City will be back stronger next season
Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke and Chris Hughton - sacked by Brighton - met for a pre-season friendly in the summer of 2017. The outcome was cruel on Liverpool , who are second behind only United in the all-time list of English champions with 18 titles.
A hotel manager told the Daily Beast that the trio arrived late on Friday night local time, in a white ute after battling through driving rain.
The hotel has reopened for business after police announced there was no more evidence to find.
The hotel is by the Ilz river near Passau, about 650km (400 miles) south of Wittingen.
Comey: Trump would be charged with obstruction if he was not president
Trump has been fierce and outspoken in his criticism of the investigation, and of both Mueller and Comey. The FBI relied heavily on Steele's unverified dossier to obtain the spy warrants.
"Further details and identities of the two women are still unknown - possible connections to the dead found in Passau are now the subject of investigations", added police in a statement.
'There are now no indications of possible involvement of other persons'.
Police in Bavaria added that they are now carrying out autopsies on the bodies, and that they have seized a white Renault pick-up which the victims drove to the hotel in. The second woman was found in a pool of blood on the floor.
Supreme Court rules Apple will face antitrust suit for its iPhone apps
These consumers brought their case under federal antitrust laws, arguing that Apple's practices made it a monopoly. Apple said that it was an agent for app developers and that it neither owned nor sold the apps itself.
DPA has reported that a post-mortem has been ordered and will be carried out early next week.