The Leipzig public prosecutor sees no connection between the three bodies found in the west of the city last week. As a spokesman for the authority said on Wednesday, one can currently rule out that there are “connections between these three non-natural deaths that have become known.”
On Thursday last week, a body was discovered in a former granary on Plautstrasse, whose identity has not yet been clarified. On the same day, the police announced that a body had been found in the Karl Heine Canal a few days earlier. It is said to be a 38-year-old man.