The 18-year-old man who allegedly killed a couple in Mistelbach in the Bayreuth district was allegedly in direct contact with the couple’s eldest daughter and was at the family home that night. A police spokesman said Monday morning. The suspect is scheduled to be produced before a trial judge this afternoon.
Cries for help in Mistelbach: Neighbors warn police
“We do not wish to provide any information on the course of events or previous relationships,” said Matthias Potchel, a spokesman for the Upper Franconian Police Headquarters. One is still at the very beginning of criminal activities.
An emergency call to police came just after midnight on Sunday night. A police spokesman said neighbors had called for help from the couple’s home.
“In the basement of the house, emergency services found two lifeless bodies with stab wounds.” Matthias Potchel, spokesman for the Upper Franconian Police Headquarters
Four children in the home at the time of the crime
Potchel did not wish to comment on the possible background of the act. The victims were a 47-year-old woman and her 51-year-old husband, parents of four minor children. The children were also at home at the time of the crime. They were initially taken care of by the police, but now the Youth Welfare Office is in charge. The police spokesman did not want to confirm or deny that the victim was a pediatrician because “this information is trivial in the eyes of the police”.
The 18-year-old transforms himself within three hours of the crime
The 18-year-old alleged perpetrator was wanted by a large number of police on the night of the crime. About three hours after the crime, he surrendered himself to police early Sunday morning and was arrested in Beirut without protest.
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