Crime: Investigations into the killed 14-year-old - many unanswered questions

After the body of a 14-year-old boy was found in Wunstorf near Hanover, investigators still have many unanswered questions.

Crime: Investigations into the killed 14-year-old - many unanswered questions

After the body of a 14-year-old boy was found in Wunstorf near Hanover, investigators still have many unanswered questions. "It's still too early for details, we're still at the beginning of the investigation," said a police spokeswoman from the Lower Saxony state capital in the evening. On Wednesday afternoon, officials discovered the young man's body on a wasteland on the edge of a field in the Blumenau district.

The boy had been reported missing by his father the night before because he had not returned home from a meeting with a 14-year-old from Wunstorf. The police initially assumed a missing person until, during the investigation, a friend of the boy's age told the police that he had killed and hidden him.

After a search of several hours, the boy's body was finally found by the emergency services. Little is known about exactly what happened since Tuesday evening. The police spokeswoman announced that the public prosecutor's office in Hanover would provide further details. The victim's 14-year-old friend was temporarily arrested on suspicion of a crime.

Tat is reminiscent of the case from Salzgitter

In the small town near the Steinhude Sea, the crime caused horror and quickly became a topic of conversation. Many people in Lower Saxony were also reminded of an act in Salzgitter in which 15-year-old Anastasia was killed last summer. A 14-year-old has been on trial in Braunschweig for a few weeks. He is said to have murdered the young people insidiously together with a classmate who was 13 at the time of the crime and was therefore not of legal age.

Hanover's Bishop Ralf Meister expressed his sympathy in the evening. His thoughts and prayers are with the family of the killed youth and the school community, it said in a statement. For Friday, Meister announced a non-public service to commemorate the deceased student.

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