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Hamburg: Libyan murders schoolgirl in bicycle cellar

A violent criminal from Libya, who has long since been banned from being in Hamburg and known to the police, murdered a schoolgirl Viktoria L., known as Vika, on Sunday in the bicycle cellar of an apartment building on Rahel-Varnhagen-Weg in Hamburg.

Published: January 14, 2021, 6:02 am

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    According to initial findings, the young woman was suffocated in addition to “other acts of violence”. The 26-year-old Libyan had notified the rescue workers of the fire brigade and led the paramedics to “an injured person” after they had arrived in the basement. He claimed to have found the woman by accident, but turned out to be her killer in the course of the investigation. The “serious” mainstream media has been silent.

    “When rescue workers found the lifeless body and then alerted the police, the caller fled,” said a police spokeswoman. The police immediately started a major manhunt and arrested the suspect at 6.10 pm on Henriette-Herz-Garten street. He is said to have initially given the police a false identity.

    The Hamburg murder commission took over the investigation on site. Officials in white protective suits looked for evidence and reliable clues to identify the pattern. “The corpse had clearly visible injuries,” the spokeswoman emphasized. The body lay in a dark cellar among parked bicycles, tools and rubbish.

    The exact cause of death was initially unclear. The public prosecutor’s office then ordered an urgent investigation to be held in the forensic medicine department on Monday morning. The result then confirmed the initial suspicion of a killing: the 20-year-old student was apparently suffocated. The arrested black man, who had already appeared in the past “for drug and theft offenses”, appeared before a judge who ordered him to be held in custody on suspicion of manslaughter.

    The young woman had filed a stalking report against unknown persons with the police in December. The 26-year-old Sharif A., who, according to German tabloid Bild, came to Hamburg in 2016 as a “refugee” and was then “redistributed” to Plauen in the Voltland district, had permanently “stalked” the student.

    The neighbors of the daughter of Ukrainian immigrants were shocked: “She was such a lovely girl, she was loved by her parents, always went for walks with her dog, always took care of her little sister. It is really a terrible tragedy.”

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