16-year-old Isabella from Celle has disappeared without a trace for two weeks.
Investigators suspect that she fell victim to a violent crime.
Therefore, on Easter Monday, the police again asked the population for help.
The young person left her parents' home unnoticed on the morning of March 22nd.
"Since then there has been no sign of life from her," said chief investigator Daniel Dahlke in a video.
The search was carried out at high pressure, "unfortunately without success".
With this picture the police are looking for Isabella
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The high school student did not take any keys, wallet or cell phone with her.
Therefore, the police assume that they only wanted to briefly meet someone near the house.
The investigation did not provide any reason to believe that Isabella was trying to run away, break away from the family, or harm herself.
In the first report on the missing person it was stated that the girl had left her parents' house "in a noticeable state of mind."
Isabella disappeared without saying anything
On the morning of her disappearance, Isabella was in her homeschooling room.
According to the police, her younger brother was also in the house, the parents were at work.
Presumably between 11.15 a.m. and 12.30 p.m., the young person left the house.
The brother only noticed around noon that she was no longer there.
It is totally atypical for Isabella to go out without letting them know.
The parents called the police on the same day.
Isabella probably left the house voluntarily, the police believe, possibly because of a previous contact or an appointment.
A possible meeting presumably took place in the vicinity of the house.
The house is located in a neighborhood with single-family houses and high-rise buildings.
It borders on an industrial area with building yards and the Celle freight yard.
A special commission is looking for contacts of the girl in chat groups and social networks.
Possible witnesses were asked to make everyday observations on the telephone number
(05141) 27 71 11 to report.
slü / dpa