Freiburg (ots)- Rheinfelden: The police is searching for a witch or Harry Potter. The police in Rheinfelden has to deal with a very special case. The case promises high tension for the investigating police officer, because he will be led into the world of witches and magicians. In it the fearless officer is searching for the owner of a broom, normally only used by witches or Harry Potter. Despite a close inspection the type of broom could not be identified by the investigator. It could be a “Nimbus 1000” from Harry Potter, but the officer is not sure. The broom was found leaning against a wall in the Nollinger Street in the night to Friday and was secured with particular caution.
The police is still searching the rightful owner and is asking the general public for help and to answer the following questions: Who did see any suspicious things in the Nollinger Street in the night to Friday? Who did see persons from the witches and magicians world? Was Harry Potter out and about in Rheinfelden? Who knows the owner of the depicted broom? Indications, which can be treated strictly confidential in some cases, are received by the police station Rheinfelden (07623 – 74040).
Federal Office of Magical Creatures grants mutual assistance
In such a case the FOMC naturally grants mutual assistance, be it late at night or at the weekend. Rushed out of his bed, FOMC president Edmund F. Dräcker provided the police with some useful indications, he wrote:
As the supreme Federal authority – if not the topmost Federal authority of all – for the matter of magical creatures, as there are, witches, dragons and vampires, it is a matter of honour for the Federal Office for Magical Creatures to grant your investigating officers mutual assistance.
We advise you to extend the circle of possible owners more spaciously. By now the Swiss army has flying broomsticks in use, and according to our information the “Flying Wimps”, the Quidditch team of the German forces, trains with flying broomsticks. Please note the following article:
Friendly match between the Quidditch players o the Swiss army and the Flying Wimps of the German army?
Anozjer possibilty is that there has been a loss of one player or one broomstick during a friendly or training match between the two Quidditch teams. Both teams however keep silent. The FOMC advises to keep your eyes open for people with strange clothes, true to the words of the bible ‘They wandered, blind, through the streets; they were so defiled with blood that no one was able to touch their garments.’, in the Swiss border area.
There were actually seen more visitors from Switzerland in Germany due to other reasons. After the appreciation of the Swiss franc by the Swiss National bank more Swiss citizens come to the border area to shop and refuel.
It is also possible that the Swiss magical community want to exploit the bargain offers of German magician shops and suppliers to buy a new broomstick and to dispose the old one unlovingly. Another thing that supports the idea of a Swiss origin, is that the broomstick has no seal of approval of the Magical Inspection Association (MÜV), as it is long since customary for flying broomsticks in Germany.