Dusseldorf – A terrible bloody deed in the middle of the street: on Monday morning, shortly after half past eight, a woman on Bachstraße was attacked by a 44 years old Iranian and was severely injured.
According to the information published in German press, the attacker stabbed his victim. The woman, who sustained life threatening wounds, ran across the street, screaming, and collapsed. She was reanimated on the spot and then taken to a nearby hospital.
But the injuries were too heavy. Just two hours after the crime, the woman, who has German nationality, died. She lived in Bilk, she was 36 years old, and the police doesn’t know yet the motive for the crime. A homicide commission has been set up.
A witness started chasing the Iranian suspect with his bike, but he lost him. The man, who also lives in Bilk, is currently the main suspect.
Shortly after the attack, the police raided an apartment on Brunnenstraße (above is the picture of his apartment’s door), which is located only a few blocks from the crime scene. They expected to find the suspect in the apartment. But the man was not there. A manhunt has been organized.
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