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 No.3695

Since 1993, 40 crimes have been committed in Germany, Austria and France, including 6 murders, after which samples of the same DNA of a woman were found at the crime scene or on the victim's body.
The alleged killer became known as the "Phantom of Heilbronn". The police could not find any clues, and there was nothing in common in the crimes — completely different victims, places, accomplices.
It was only in 2009 that it was established that there was really no connection between all these cases. It turned out that DNA samples were taken with cotton swabs, which were initially contaminated with the DNA of their packer at the factory.


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