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Germany: 14-Year-Old German Girl Killed by Iraqi ‘Asylum Seeker’

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The missing Susanna F. is dead. The corpse of Mainz, missing since 22 May, was found on Wednesday around 2 pm in the Wiesbaden district “Unterm Kalkofen” between Wiesbaden’s Erbenheim district, the landfill site and Wiesbadener Südfriedhof.

Forensic and forensic officials are on site. Several media had previously reported, citing the police, that the deceased was the missing person.

On Wednesday morning, the Wiesbaden police once again intensified their search for the 14-year-old from Mainz, who had been missing since May 22.

The police are looking for a 20-year-old Iraqi who lives as an asylum seeker in a Wiesbaden refugee shelter. It is unclear until when he was there. The Iraqi should have acted around a friend of 14-year-olds.

The 20-year-old is said to have left the refugee shelter a few days ago, according to information from this newspaper together with his family.

According to information from this newspaper, reports that have issued an arrest warrant for the Iraqi asylum seeker.

The 14-year-old girl from Mainz was last seen on May 22 with friends in Wiesbaden’s city center. On the afternoon of that day, she wrote her mother a WhatsApp message announcing that she was going to Paris with her boyfriend and would return in two or three weeks. After that, their track lost. According to her mother, the girl was online with WhatsApp the next morning. After that, the phone had been turned off.

According to unconfirmed reports, a mobile phone location revealed that her mobile phone was last logged into the Wiesbaden-Erbenheim area.

 

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