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Police asks – Who can solve Hagen’s skeleton puzzle?

Hagen / Menden – The case remains a mystery to the police to this day. It’s the skeleton riddle from Hagen!

Why did Klaus Walter Pauli († 47) fall victim to a crime? Investigators of the Hagen homicide squad “Hang” revealed new details in “Achtung Fahndung!” (Every Tuesday at 9:10 pm on BILD Live) – and are now hoping for clues!

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In 2016, a human skull was discovered during construction work behind the Hagen train station; three years later there were more bones with rotted clothing. From the skeletal fragments, pathologists finally analyze the dead person’s DNA, the comparison with old missing persons cases brought the hoped-for hit: Klaus Walter Pauli from Menden (Märkischer Kreis) – missing since 2003!

BILD reporter Alex Talash (29) spoke to the investigators and reconstructed the last hours of Klaus Walter Pauli: “In October 2003 he left the men’s flat to buy a record, according to his roommate Sven H.” Where he Wanted to buy the record is no longer understandable for the investigators. “Klaus Walter did not appear again, his roommate reported him missing. When the homicide commission started the investigation in 2016, Sven H. had already died. “

What makes the investigation more difficult: Pauli apparently had hardly any social contacts, no contact at all with his five siblings. It also remains unclear why and how it got to the site 31 kilometers from Menden.

Police spokesman Sebastian Hirschberg (35): “In addition to the bones, we were also able to find his cell phone and save the last text message. Now we’re looking for the sender named Frank.” Klaus Walter Pauli was homosexual. The Mendener had often answered advertisements. There he looked for dates.

“Maybe I’ll get in touch later. Kiss. Frank “was the last text message Klaus Walter received. But tracing was no longer possible after 16 years.

The police asks: Who is still known to Klaus Walter Pauli from Menden back then? Who can provide information about the environment and habits? What contact addresses could he have had in Hagen? And who is Frank?

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