Swiss prosecutors said today that a man who attacked several people with a chainsaw in Schaffhausen was carrying two loaded crossbows on him when he was arrested.

Schaffhausen Prosecutor Peter Sticher said during a news conference that 50-year-old drifter Franz Wrousis, who mostly lived in the woods, was not carrying the chainsaw with him at the time of his arrest and that it was unclear where the tool was.

Sticher added that a first interrogation was scheduled for later today when prosecutors and police hoped to find some answers, such as the man’s motive for the act.

Two people were injured yesterday when Wrousis stormed into the offices of insurance Company CSS, which said he was a client.