In Northern Ireland there is 30 years after the fact, may be a breakthrough in the investigation into the murder of a German rugzaktoeriste in 1998. There were Monday two men were arrested that may have something to do with the facts. Reports that the British broadcaster BBC.
The body of the 18-year-old Inga Maria Hauser was in april 1998 found in a forest in Ballypatrick Forest. From the autopsy it appeared that they have been raped. The German rugzaktoeriste was two weeks earlier for the last time alive seen, when they are on board went from a ferry from Scotland.
The police launched in april of this year – so 30 years after her death – a new call to information. Researchers said they were convinced multiple people were involved in the facts or information achterhielden. Monday, there were two men, 58 and 61 years, were arrested in Loughguile, Northern Ireland.
In the course of the study were DNA samples of approximately 2,000 men, but that yielded no conclusion.