The million-dollar break-in at the Berlin’s luxury KaDeWe Department store ten years ago, remains without consequences for the perpetrators. Against the suspects twins will not be re-determined. “We have to bite the teeth – the process is dead,” said a senior Prosecutor Sjors Kamstra, the German press Agency. “This was a very well-planned act.”
In the night of the 25th. In January of 2009, a decline of thieves in the Department store of the West, they stole expensive watches and precious jewelry in the million value. The two arrested brothers were re-released because a DNA trace could be allocated in a secured glove at the crime scene, none of the two clearly. The investigations were set in September 2010. After that had been tested to transform the new scientific methods of the Suspects. There is no new investigation, it said.
The Prosecutor’s office have also let a movement of opinion, so investigators Kamstra. The analysis of video recordings from the scene of the crime had not come to the conclusion that the twins are cameras with the masked perpetrators on the purchase of the house-the same.
For a charge not to have it passed, said the chief Prosecutor. In addition, the DNA trace was “only moderate” – it’s a tiny sweat drop was in the glove. All have spoken out against a new procedure. Theft in a particularly severe case is time-barred 2020 – ten years after the setting of the investigation.
To alarm systems and video cameras were over entered three dark figures through a window on the first floor in the Department store. Inside, they cycled with a rope ladder in the jewellery and watches Department on the ground floor down. They broke glass cases and cabinets of a jewellery chain and cleaned up.
The brothers waited and were silent
Since the alarms remained silent, the three most thieves a second Time. On surveillance films was to see how they showed up the next night again, to make the purchase of the house loot. After the weekend the break-in was noticed. There were hardly any traces in the house, which had referred to the charges of its operators as a “well-secured”.