Nov. 15, 2016: Police officers leave a residential house which has been searched in Bonn, western Germany. (Oliver Berg/dpa via AP)
Hundreds of German police officers searched about 190 offices, mosques and apartments of members and supporters of the Islamic group "The true religion" as the government announced a ban of the organization Tuesday.
Police raided places in 60 cities in western Germany and also in Berlin seizing documents and files, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said. Police made no arrests, government officials told Fox News.