Investigations: Evidence of violent crime after bones were found in the forest

After human bones were found in a forest near Großburgwedel in the Hanover region, there is increasing evidence of a connection to a violent crime at Würmsee 13 months ago.

Investigations: Evidence of violent crime after bones were found in the forest

After human bones were found in a forest near Großburgwedel in the Hanover region, there is increasing evidence of a connection to a violent crime at Würmsee 13 months ago. At that time, a 56-year-old woman was stabbed to death and her body has not yet been found. "Of course it is possible that it could be the lady," said a police spokesman on Monday. “We take that into account.”

According to an autopsy, the bones came from a woman who was the victim of a violent crime. A DNA comparison should provide clarity this week. Several media outlets reported about it.

On Thursday, mushroom pickers discovered human bones in the forest between Großburgwedel and Fuhrberg and alerted the police. The rescue operation on Friday took several hours. “We don’t yet know how long the body had been there and when the woman died,” said the police spokesman. The State Criminal Police Office is currently examining the human remains and the results should be available by mid to end of the week.

Press release from Friday

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