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Germany raid over scrapped soccer match, no one arrested

HANOVER, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 18: Workers outside the HDI Arena stadium pack up equipment the day after the Germany vs. Netherlands friendly football match was cancelled due to a terror warning on November 18, 2015 in Hanover, Germany. German authorities cancelled the game two hours before it was due to start following what the German Minister of Interior said were concrete warnings from a foreign intelligence service that an attack was imminent. Investigators however found no explosives and made no arrests. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

HANOVER, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 18: Workers outside the HDI Arena stadium pack up equipment the day after the Germany vs. Netherlands friendly football match was cancelled due to a terror warning on November 18, 2015 in Hanover, Germany. German authorities cancelled the game two hours before it was due to start following what the German Minister of Interior said were concrete warnings from a foreign intelligence service that an attack was imminent. Investigators however found no explosives and made no arrests. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

BERLIN --

German prosecutors say they raided the apartment of a man suspected of helping plan an attack on a Germany-Netherlands soccer match last month, but made no arrests.

Authorities abruptly called off the Nov. 17 match in Hannover, citing a threat of an attack and evacuating the stadium. No explosives were found and no arrests made at the time.

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Federal prosecutors said they searched Thursday the apartment of a man suspected of planning an attack on the game along with other people whose identity is unknown. They wouldn't give further details Friday.

The weekly Der Spiegel reported, without citing sources, the man is a 19-year-old student suspected of making a short video in which a young man in the stadium says the Islamic State group's name, among other things.