On September 15, 1995 the skeletonized bodies of two young women were found in a forest in Oettingen, Germany by two mushroom seekers. They had been there for at least six to ten weeks. How the women had died could not be clarified. The girls had been seen in the Ingolstadt area at the end of July 1995. They took a taxi, went shopping and a witness saw them climbing in a very old Mercedes with two men. One of them had pretended to be a teacher from the Moscow area, and both had spoken Russian. A few days later a car driver from Neuburg had picked up the Eastern European women as hitchhikers and brought them to Ries, allegedly they wanted to visit acquaintances near Oettingen in Ries.

Victim’s tattoo
Victim’ s clothes
Label in clothes
The other victim
  • Date found: September 15, 1995
  • Place found: Oettingen, Germany
  • Race: Caucasian, probably East European
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 18-22
  • Height: 170 cm
  • Weight: Unknown
  • Eye Color: Unknown
  • Hair Color: Dark blonde to light brown
  • Distinguishing Marks: Amateur tattoo on the left upper arm: Between two horizontal stripes at a distance of 6 mm are the capital letters A D; two centimeters below a tattoo of an angle (tip below), length 5 cm
  • Estimated Date of Dead:  Unknown
  • Clothing: Summer two-piece made of light textile (rib knit): short top with round collar, v-shaped sewn on cord-like trim in the chest area with a lacing in the lower area. Short with 3 cm wide, three-part elastic band and leg end with a 4.5 cm wide, coarse decorative tip. Brand “Ramoto Divat BT”
  • Jewelry: Unknown
  • Personal Items: Unknown
  • Dentals: Conspicuous tooth position in the front area of the upper jaw (so-called staggered position)
  • Fingerprints: Unknown
  • DNA: Available
If you have any information please contact
  • Agency: Kriminalpolizeiinspektion Dillingen a.d.Donau
  • Phone Number: +49 (0) 9071-56-0
  • Case Number:  N/A
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