Migrant arrested for sexually assaulting three women and several sheep and goats in Germany
By VOICE OF EUROPE 30 October 2018
The German police have arrested a 28-year-old man from Eritrea for multiple sexual offences. The man targeted sheep and goats on a farm in Freiburg and sexually assaulted three women, as well.
Forensic investigators noticed that DNA of a sexual assault case from 11 May this year could be linked to several cases of animal sex attacks in spring 2017.
In May a 30-year-old woman was approached and tackled by a man with sexual intent. Fortunately she was saved by a passing cyclist.
On 12 June, another sex attack took place on a 31-year-old woman. Someone raped the woman or tried it, as no further details were given.
The latest sexual assault was on 1 July this year, with a man attacking a 20-year-old in a house entry way on her way home.
The Criminal Investigation Department identified the alleged perpetrator, who is the now arrested 28-year-old.
The collection of a DNA sample from the man showed a match with the sexual assault of 11 May and the attacks on animals in spring of 2017.
The then unknown culprit was charged with sexually assaulting sheep and goats on a farm in Freiburg.