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Public prosecutor wants DNA from staff of residential care center Oostrozebeke after ‘rest home murders’ of 2020 (Oostrozebeke)

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The Kortrijk court is doing everything it can to clarify three murders and six murder attempts in the Rozenberg residential care center in Oostrozebeke after four years. All employees are asked to voluntarily provide their DNA in a final attempt to unmask the perpetrator, Het Laatste Nieuws reports.

The DNA will be compared with DNA found on suspected insulin pens seized in the investigation. Research has shown that these insulin pens always contain genetic material from a man and a woman.

In order to unmask the perpetrator(s), it was decided to compare these profiles with the DNA of the entire staff and all people who have direct access to the residential care center, including the cleaning team. Perhaps the male nurses will be first in line.

If that investigation yields no results, the focus of the investigators will be entirely on the larger group of women, about forty, who are associated with the nursing home.

All victims of the murders and attempted murders had been diagnosed with a hypo, a sudden drop in their blood sugar level due to an insulin overdose. None of them were diabetic, so they were not prescribed insulin. It also turned out that the insulin did not come from the nursing home’s pharmacy, but had been brought in from outside.

The three fatalities all occurred in 2020. The murder attempts continued into the summer of 2021.

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