Beelitz (Brandenburg) – Two weeks after the death of teacher Carolin G. (40), there is still no evidence of the culprit. Now the police blocked the A9 at the scene of the crime, they stopped every car and questioned the people inside. hunt!
Investigators are mixing the unusual test with the hope of eventually finding witnesses. Because so far there is no effect of the character.
From 5 pm on Wednesday, the police completely blocked the Autobahn towards Leipzig. All vehicles were directed to the Borker Heide West car park and inspected for potential damage by armed officers. The occupants of the car were also asked about the possible investigation.
Then: The victim’s Hyundai was showing signs of an accident when the vehicle containing his body was discovered on the hard shoulder. The driver’s side window was broken, and the body also had scratches and dents.
Secret: windows on both sides were broken. A spokesman for the public prosecutor’s office in Potsdam did not want to say how the mirrors were destroyed.
And: According to BILD, the engine was still running and the hazard warning lights were on. A broken car key was stuck in the ignition.
The closure of the A9 lasted two hours. Long traffic jams were created because of the controls. It was around 8 pm that the traffic towards Leipzig started again.
Carolin G. was a math teacher at a high school in Brück, a famous teacher. And the mother of a three-year-old child.
Who killed the woman and why – a mystery.
Circumstances indicate that the shooter must have been inside the car. According to BILD news, the victim had three bullet holes in his body.
There seems to be little evidence of the character. The public prosecutor’s office has even offered a reward for information.
Who can give tips?
► Who saw a traffic accident or unusual traffic situation on Wednesday, May 10, 2023, between 18 pm and 6.30 pm on the state highway autobahn 9 towards Leipzig, between the Beelitz and Brück junctions?
► Who saw cars or people on the hard shoulder there?
► Who might have taken the recordings and can they make them available to the police?
Information by Phone 0331 5508-2766 or by email to Mordkommission.Potsdam@polizei-internet.brandenburg.de.