A suspect was arrested in Berlin in the case of the missing Stefan T. The prosecution assumes cannibalism and a sexual crime.
Update from November 20, 4:11 p.m .: The public prosecutor’s office goes into the possible case of cannibalism in Berlin by one Sex murder for base motives out. Authority spokesman Martin Steltner said on Friday to the dpa, it is about the suspicion of an act to satisfy the sexual drive.
The alleged perpetrator, a 41-year-old, has therefore in Internet on the subject cannibalism researched and also on one Dating platform moves wherever he goes to Victim Stefan T. Had contact, explained Steltner. In the suspect’s home there are “relevant tools” such as knife and Saws as Traces of blood found. The investigators are currently not assuming the victim’s consent.
The case is partly reminiscent of the “Cannibals from Rotenburg“From 2001. At that time, a computer technician of his Berlin Internet acquaintance first cut off his penis and then it stabbed, disassembled and later eaten large parts of the body. However, this act occurred on express request of the victim. The perpetrator is still in custody.
Cruel bone find in Berlin: Was Stefan T. a victim of a cannibal?
First report from November 19th:
Berlin – There are new disturbing details in the case of the Berliner reported missing Stefan T.., whose bones were found in early November. As the Berlin police have now announced, he may have been the victim of a crime. The previous research on the facts would have shown that, it said on November 19.
However, she wants image have now learned more disturbing details. “Based on the bone that was found, which was completely meatless, and further evidence, we strongly suspect that Stefan T. was the victim of a cannibal “, the paper quotes “a police officer”. In addition, the sheet suspects that it could have been a sexual act.
The police themselves have now confirmed once again that the bones found are the remains of the missing Stefan T. That would have shown a forensic medical examination. In addition, the police have already reported an arrest related to the case.
Investigations of the 6.# Homicide Squad led to the realization that Stefan T. has fallen victim to a crime. A 41 year old suspect was arrested yesterday & will be brought before the magistrate today on suspicion of manslaughter.
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– Police Berlin (@polizeiberlin) November 19, 2020
Bone find in Berlin: sniffer dogs have taken up the scent
This came about after joint investigations by the murder commission and the Berlin public prosecutor’s office, in which corpse and person detection dogs were also used. This would have led to a 41-year-old from the Berlin district of Pankow. After image– The dogs reportedly led the officers to the suspect’s home independently from two different points in the city.
The man was provisionally arrested at his home on Tuesday, November 18. So there is the against him “Urgent suspicion of manslaughter,” said the police. He was brought before an investigating judge on Wednesday to issue an arrest warrant.
According to the image The police found extensive chat logs that establish a connection between the victim Stefan T. and the alleged perpetrator. This should also show that the two had agreed to meet. The suspect himself has so far refused to testify.
The 44-year-old Stefan T. left his shared apartment on September 5th. His roommates then reported him missing. * “According to the investigations so far, he should have had an appointment,” said the police press release from the end of September. On November 8, strollers finally found bones in a Berlin park. These were partly linked to the case of the missing Rebecca Reusch, but have now been assigned to the missing Stefan T. (rjs) * tz.de is part of the nationwide Ippen digital editorial network.
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