Kneil seven weeks after the discovery of a woman's body in Thuringia, researchers arrested the alleged perpetrators and clarified the identity of the dead. As police and prosecutors have announced, victim Sylvia K. is a 49-year-old Berliner from the Reinickendorf district. The dead woman was severely decayed at the beginning of July and partially buried near the A9 motorway at Lindau in the Saale-Holzland district on a dirt road that was found by a walker.
The suspect is loud communication a neighbor of the victim. The 41-year-old confessed to strangle the woman in the conflict in her apartment in Berlin and later brought his car to Thuringia. The man was arrested Tuesday. He had emptied the letterbox and the woman's bill, which the researchers came on his way, he said. The suspect was scheduled to appear on Wednesday to a magistrate for issuing a manslughter warrant.
The dead woman was identified through her dental implants. The case was informed by the close cooperation of the Kriminalinspektion Jena, the police of the National Investigation Berlin and the prosecutor in Berlin, it was said.
A "Sonderkommission Feldweg" was first established in Thuringia. Intensive was determined, but nobody knew the dead. Also with the television program "file number XY … not solved" was searched for evidence from witnesses.