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Green vault: where are the Remmo brothers?

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In the case of the robbery of jewels from the Green Vault in Dresden, there were first arrests, two suspects are still on the run. "File number XY ... unsolved" asks for information.

One day after the major raid and the first arrests for the spectacular theft of jewels from the Green Vault in Dresden, the authorities are still intensively looking for two more suspects. "The search is in full swing," said a spokesman for the public prosecutor in Dresden. Accordingly, there was no trace of the two men until Wednesday afternoon. The public prosecutor's office currently has no information about her whereabouts. This also applied to the whereabouts of the stolen art treasures.

References from viewers are sought

The ZDF program "Aktenzeichen XY ... ungelöst" asked for information from viewers in a live broadcast on Wednesday evening.

The following is known about the two suspects:

  • They are twin brothers, Abdul Majed and Mohamed Remmo.
  • The twin brothers are 21 years old.
  • They have dark, partly curly hair and beards.
  • This and other cases with reference number XY ... unsolved today at 8.15 p.m. live on ZDF, plus "The XY Prize - Together Against Crime"

On November 25, 2019, around 5 a.m., several strangers broke open the bars of a window in the Dresden Royal Palace. Inside the historic Green Vault, they break into showcases and steal pieces of jewelry of inestimable value. Then they flee from the crime scene in a car. After almost a year of investigations, the police seem to know who could be behind the break-in.

Three men were arrested and initially taken to the Dresden correctional facility. According to the authorities, they are three men from the clan milieu between the ages of 23 and 26.

In the case of the robbery of jewels from the Green Vault in Dresden, there were first arrests, two suspects are still on the run. "File number XY ... unsolved" asks for information.

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Remmo-Clan is also said to be involved in the theft of gold coins

The two wanted suspects are accused just like the others of serious gang theft and arson. The manhunt is international. According to prosecutors, a car related to the fugitives was found on Tuesday evening. The accused belong to a large family of Arab origin known to the police - according to the investigators, it is the Berlin Remmo clan.

He is also held responsible for other large crimes such as the theft of gold coins from the Berlin Bode Museum in 2017. Three men were sentenced for this.

In the case of the robbery of jewels from the Green Vault in Dresden, there were first arrests, two suspects are still on the run. "File number XY ... unsolved" asks for information.

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