Six teenagers found dead in a shed in Germany

Six teenagers found dead in a shed in Germany
Germany is in shock on Sunday, after six teenagers have been found dead in a garden shed in the town of Arnstein, located about 90 kilometers east of the city of Frankfurt, writes Bild.

The cause of death is not yet known.

It was the father of two of the six dead teenagers who made the gruesome discovery, writes German media.

On Sunday morning he had not heard from his two children, and he therefore went where he knew they had gone. The night before, his two children, a son and a daughter, had been to a party in Arnstein.

At the address where the six dead teenagers were found, the father opened the door to a garden shed and made the horrific discovery. He then sounded the alarm. But when the doctor arrived at the scene, he declared that the six young people had died.

Police spokesman, Björn Schmitt, said that the teenager had used an oven in the shed, which might have cost them their lives.

The six teenagers were aged 18 to 19.

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