A child was abused in this bathroom – BKA is looking for perpetrators with photos
The Federal Criminal Police Office is using pictures of clothing and crime scenes to find a previously unknown perpetrator of child sexual abuse. The accused, who are now 31 to 51 years old, is said to have sexually abused at least seven boys between 2010 and 2019.
The Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) uses pictures of clothing and crime scenes to search for a sex offender on behalf of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Frankfurt am Main. The stranger is said to be between 31 and 51 years old and fair-skinned and between 2010 and 2019 to have sexually abused at least seven boys, some of them severely. The children were reportedly between one and ten years old at the time. The Public Prosecutor’s Office in Frankfurt am Main and the Federal Criminal Police Office assume that the abuse occurred in Germany.
The perpetrator published image and video recordings of the abuse on the Darknet between 2015 and 2019. However, it cannot be ruled out that other children were or will be sexually abused both before and after this period, according to a spokesman for the BKA.
BKA uses pictures to search for sex offenders on the Internet
Investigators suspect that he was most likely dealing with children over a period of several years through a professional or voluntary activity. So it cannot be ruled out that he still has it today. Particularly noticeable: In his greetings, he uses the unusual phrase “Hy” when addressing him. The BKA published pictures of the victims’ clothing and the crime scenes on its website www.bka.de/oeffentlichkeitsfahndung and showed the camera used for some of the crimes.
One of the pictures shows an elegant corner bathtub with tiles in the mosaic style, which has a slightly sunken seating area. The recordings were made between October 2010 and December 2015. Another one shows an apartment with a wooden floor, with a sports bag in the foreground and a suitcase in the background. Other pictures show the camera model used by the perpetrator in some of the crimes, a Nikon D33000.
BKA hopes for information from the population
The investigators hope that the publication of the recordings will provide clues from the population and ask: Who will recognize one or more objects, at best in combination with one of the crime scenes? And: who can give a reference to specific persons who could be connected to the complex of offenses?
The officers request information on the information hotline 0611/55 18 444, by email to [email protected] or to any other police station in Germany.
See in the video: The 30-year-old commissioner Sarah Schneider works in a 25-person team at the Central Hesse police headquarters in Giessen. Your task: to identify perpetrators of child abuse. To do this, she sifts through child pornographic material for hours. What the work does with her, she tells in the video.