In the case of the missing Berlin schoolgirl Rebecca Reusch of the arrest warrant against her brother-in-law has been repealed. The 27-year-old brother-in-law comes after nearly three weeks in custody on foot - without any further requirements. He had lodged a complaint against Detention, on Friday, the investigating judge has decided at the district court of Tiergarten.
The judge "due to the current investigation prior doubts about the probable cause," said the Prosecutor's office on Friday in Berlin. The prosecution acknowledges that the decision on the warrant to be withdrawn, either in "terms of the currently existing evidence is justifiable." Therefore, the Prosecutor's office will appeal for the time being no appeal against the decision. The evidence in the case was "difficult", said a spokesman for the authority.
The brother-in-law will continue to be suspected
The investigation and the search for Rebecca, "to take on with the same effort and with the same intensity," said the Prosecutor. There are no new findings available. Nevertheless, the brother-in-law will continue as an accused: He applied more than suspicion against him will continue to be determined.
Rebecca was on the Morning of the 18. February disappeared. She had spent the weekend before with her sister and brother-in-law in the Berlin district of Britz. On Monday morning she wanted to go to school. Since then, she's been missing. The homicide was assumed that Rebecca was killed, and the house of the brother-in-law is not alive.daily mirror people Free of charge to order On Thursday, the police searched with dogs after the missing Rebecca on a country road near the lake in...photo: Patrick Pleul
This Thesis is not hold from the point of view of the investigating judge, apparently. The brother-in-law was considered by the investigators to quickly as the suspect. The brother-in-law has twice been arrested by the police. In the first case, he was on 28. February and for hours listened to has been taken, yet there was no arrest warrant. Only in the second attempt, a judge ordered the beginning of March, pre-trial detention.
The evidence against the brother-in-law, however, were very thin. The investigators based their suspicions about the fact that the brother-in-law on the morning of the 18. February, on the day Rebecca disappeared, and in the late evening of the following day on the A12 highway between Berlin and Frankfurt (Oder) on the way. There his car by a license plate recognition system of the Brandenburg police had been recorded. According to the police, only the brother-in-law had on these days, access to the car he shares together with his partner, so Rebecca's oldest sister. In addition, were found in the car, hair by Rebecca, and fibers of a blanket that had also disappeared from the house.More about
Missing Rebecca Reusch police divers find nothing in the Wolziger lakeAlexander Fröhlich
The police had searched for weeks, forests, roads, and the Wolziger lake, 50 kilometers Southeast of Berlin in Brandenburg, with numerous task forces, boats, dogs and divers. To Friday, approximately 1900 references to the criminal investigation Department. On Thursday, investigators searched the highway 12 between Berlin and Frankfurt (Oder) around the exit Fürstenwalde and country roads to tracks. On the Scharmützelsee lake police officers searched with dogs, the site - without success.