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Gunman, missing, baby corpse: Three cases from Bavaria today with "Aktenzeichen XY … unsolved"


The police in Bavaria go on TV with three unsolved criminal cases. The investigators are hoping for clues from the ZDF program “Aktenzeichen XY... unsolved”.

The police in Bavaria go on TV with three unsolved criminal cases.

The investigators are hoping for clues from the ZDF program “Aktenzeichen XY... unsolved”.

Munich – Three cases from Bavaria are the subject of the ZDF show “Aktenzeichen XY … unsolved” on Wednesday (January 18).

The police are hoping for information from the public.

It was not until mid-December that the child's corpse found in the Danube was discussed in the TV show, the boy's identity is still unclear.

Through the show, 27 tips were received by the police.

Now there are current cases from Bavaria again.

"Aktenzeichen XY ... unsolved": Gunman from Nuremberg on the show

On October 24, Meret Fahrit Akin shot two people in Nuremberg.

One of the two died, since then the suspect has been on the run and is being sought by the police.

Since the search measures so far have not been successful, the Central Franconia police called on the population to help on January 13th.


Mert Fahri Akin was identified as the perpetrator - he fired fatal shots in the south of Nuremberg at the end of October, another person was seriously injured.

Akin is currently on the run.

© Police Headquarters Middle Franconia

The officials have already published several photos of the shooter.

There is now 10,000 euros as a reward for information that leads to the capture of Akin.

The police warn, however, that the man could be armed.

A wanted poster is also currently being used to search.

On Wednesday at 8:15 p.m., the search call will now also be broadcast on “Aktenzeichen XY … unsolved”.

"Soko Infant" hopes for clues from the ZDF broadcast

The "Investigation Group Infants" also dares to go on television.

The case shocked at the beginning of December 2022: On December 4th, around noon, a walker found a dead infant at the Seekopf hiking car park near Ruhpolding.

Investigators have not yet been able to locate the parents of the dead baby. 

In addition, the Bavarian State Criminal Police Office has offered a reward of 5,000 euros for "information that leads to the investigation of the crime or the arrest of the perpetrator".

The ZDF show should now help the investigations of "Soko Infant".

The officials point out that information can also be given anonymously.

Disappearance of Vanessa Huber from Unterhaching Topic at "Aktenzeichen XY unresolved

The case of the missing Vanessa Huber from Unterhaching is also a topic of the program.

The 39-year-old was last seen on November 5 at around 4:40 p.m. while shopping at Norma on Münchner Straße with her husband.

After that, according to the husband, the couple went home.

There was an argument there, after which the woman left the apartment, but without a mobile phone, ID card or any belongings.

After that “the traces are lost”.

The police do not exclude an act of violence.

The police have been searching the Perlacher Forest with drones for the past few days.


The last picture: Vanessa Huber on November 5th in the supermarket in Unterhaching

© Police Munich

The step to "Aktenzeichen XY ... unsolved" should help.

The show offers a platform to spread Huber's face nationwide.

"Maybe someone saw her," says a police spokesman for our newspaper.

However, one “still assumes a violent crime.”


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Source: merkur

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