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Police shoot gunman at Germany's Frankfurt International Airport

Police have 'shot a gunman' at Germany's Frankfurt International Airport following 'reports of a bomb threat'. 

Terminal 1 of the airport was evacuated in connection with abandoned luggage which was reportedly found to be harmless. 

Footage saw armed officers surrounding a man while all passengers were seen standing outside the airport while the regional train station was also closed. 

Frankfurt Airport tweeted: 'Due to an ongoing police operation, parts of Terminal 1, the regional train station and the transition to the long-distance train station are currently closed at Frankfurt Airport. 

Police have 'shot a gunman' at Germany's Frankfurt International Airport following 'reports of a bomb threat'

Passengers are seen outside the terminal while Frankfurt Airport tweeted: 'Passengers are asked to follow the instructions of the security staff on site'

'Passengers are asked to follow the instructions of the security staff on site.' 

'As a result, there may be delays in the operational process. Passengers are therefore asked to check the flight status in advance on the airline's website.' 

In an update, Frankfurt Airport added: 'In consideration of the ongoing police investigation at Frankfurt Airport, we would ask you to refrain from speculating and making inappropriate comments about the incident as well as posting videos. 

'We will keep you informed as soon as we receive updates from the authorities.'  

This is a breaking story more to follow. 

Passengers were evacuated from the terminal as Frankfurt Airport tweeted: 'We will keep you informed as soon as we receive updates from the authorities'

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