Thursday, 29 September 2016

In the case of murder in Untergriesheim in mid-May, the Heilbronn state has charged a 27-year-old asylum seeker with murder in the Heilbronn state court. 
The man is accused of having broken into the home of the 70-year old resident of Bad Friedrichshaller on the night of the 19 May, in order to "kill someone he regarded as an unbeliever" - he is said to have strangled the woman. 
The state prosecutor also accuses the man of having stolen gold and valuables. The accused denies he committed the crime. For a long time the investigators were occupied with puzzling inscriptions in English and Arabic that the perpetrator had left in a cabinet in the bedroom, among other places. 
An Islamologist was brought in to decipher their meaning. "Due to their ambiguity, the translation was difficult," says Christoph Meyer-Manoras, spokesman for the Heilbronn state prosecutor. However the investigators inferred a religious background to the crime from them. 
The search for a possible motive of the perpetrator has also thrown up questions. He has not expressed himself about the crime," says Christoph Meyer-Manoras. It is also not clear how the perpetrator got into the home. "Most probably, he climbed up a cellar shaft." 
According to the findings of the prosecutor, the perpetrator did not know his victim. There are indications the man comes from Pakistan. He is said to have been living most recently in an accommodation centre for asylum seekers in Öhringen.

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