A Spanish woman killed in the German city of Mannheim
A Spanish woman was killed in the German city of Mannheim, but the circumstances of the incident are still unknown, a spokesman for Esp's consulate told Efe on Saturday
A Spanish woman was killed in the German city of Mannheim, but the circumstances of the incident are still unknown , a spokesman for the Spanish consulate in Stuttgart told Efe on Saturday.
"Yes, we are aware, but we cannot give any information. The police say we cannot give information until Monday , therefore I cannot tell you more," he said.
He confirmed only that it is a Spanish woman killed in Mannheim and added that the victim's family is informed.
The Mannheim police had reported this morning in a statement of the discovery yesterday afternoon in the Rheinau neighborhood, in Mannheim, of the lifeless body of a young woman and said that the signs indicate that it is a homicide.
The woman was found in the apartment of her ex-boyfriend, the main suspect, when agents entered the house after the man had jumped into space .
Witnesses had seen how the man threw himself at 18.30 local time (16.30 GMT) from the fifth floor of an apartment on Neuhofer Straße.
He was treated for emergency services and transferred with serious injuries to a hospital .
It was during the search of his home that the police found the lifeless body of the woman , who was allegedly stabbed.
A spokesman for the Mannheim police told Efe that he could not offer more details of what happened or facilitate the nationality of the victim when the case was found in the hands of the Prosecutor's Office, so he could not confirm whether it was the murdered Spanish woman .
According to the police statement, the circumstances of what happened are still unknown and the autopsy is expected to allow more details.
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