Paderborn (dpa / lnw) - Even 16 years after the death of Frauke Liebs, the file remains open. That said prosecutor Kai Uwe Waschkies on Thursday of the German Press Agency. The "Lichtenau" murder commission is still hoping for decisive information from the population in the unsolved case - this so-called cold case. A year ago, the Vox broadcaster published the documentary "Stern Crime: The Last Call - Who Killed Frauke Liebs?" Posted. According to Waschkies, the investigators from the Bielefeld police then received around 150 tips. The evaluation is not yet complete, but a hot tip has not yet been included.
Frauke Liebs disappeared in Paderborn in 2006 and was discovered months later in a forest south of Paderborn in Lichtenau. The 21-year-old phoned her family several times before her death, presumably in the presence of her killer. The student nurse, believed to be reliable, disappeared on June 20, 2006 after visiting a pub after watching a World Cup soccer match.