Wörth am Main (dpa / lby) - In order to finally clear up the case of the young man Klaus Berninger, who was killed in 1990, the police in Lower Franconia put up wanted posters in Turkish for the first time. The calls for witnesses so far have not yet reached all citizens and the proportion of Turkish-speaking people in the region is very high, the police said on Friday.
The body of the 16-year-old baker's apprentice Klaus Berninger from Wörth (Miltenberg district) was found in a forest at the end of 1990. For a few weeks now, the police have been working intensively again on the case that happened more than 30 years ago, a so-called cold case. A knife was found during a search in early May. According to the police, this is currently being examined in forensic medicine in Ulm. The previous calls for witnesses and manhunt posters in German provided around 100 tips from the population.