Green Vault: Police find complete investigation file at 22-year-old | Regional

Dresden – During the 13th day of negotiations for the jewel theft in the Green Vault subsequently arrested seventh suspectA complete investigation file of the case was found in his apartment in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

The prosecutor Christian Weber reported on Tuesday. However, it is still unclear where it came from. The 22-year-old Jihad was arrested after the trial on May 10 and is in custody.

He is suspected of having helped with the planning, preparation and execution of the theft of jewels from the historic Green Vault in Dresden.

Jihad is said to be Bashir’s (26) brother, whose DNA traces were found at the crime scene after the jewel was stolen.

In addition, experts were able to identify DNA traces, tiny pieces of glass and film residues in one of the getaway cars used. The nine pieces of glass are chemically identical to the safety glass from the smashed display case in the Treasury Museum. This was reported by an investigator from the Saxony State Criminal Police Office on Tuesday in the process of the Dresden Regional Court.

DNA from three of the accused and the remains of foil were discovered in the car seized in Berlin.

The trial will continue on Friday.

clan in court So bold was the robbery of Dresden

Source: BILD, AFP


The case of the Green Vault

In the early morning of November 25, 2019, two men broke into the building in Dresden’s old town, punched holes in a display case with an ax and ripped out pieces of jewelry from the 17th and 18th centuries that were attached to it.

The broken display case contained the rose-cut diamond set, the set of brilliants as well as the diamond jewelery and the pearls of the queens (around 100 individual pieces). There is still no trace of the loot.

The investigators are convinced that the coup is the work of the well-known Berlin Remmo clan, who are also responsible for crimes such as the theft of gold coins from the Bode Museum in 2017.

They are said to have previously set fire to a power box near the castle and one of their getaway cars in the underground car park of a residential building. In addition, the lattice of the entrance window to the museum on the ground floor had been cut through days before and then provisionally glued together – this went unnoticed because this area between the wall and the window is in the blind spot.

Burglars plunder the Green Vault in Dresden - infographic

Source: Dirk Sukow

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