Murder victim was allegedly beaten to death with a hammer
Several media in Austria, including krone.at, have been reporting on the mysterious murder in a district in Vienna since Monday. According to current knowledge, we know that the 30-year-old female victim was apparently killed with a hammer by the three-year-old man who then committed suicide. The crime scene investigations are still in full swing and so far it cannot be ruled out that other people were at the crime scene.
When exactly the murder happened is still unclear, as the front door to the apartment in the community building has been open since the weekend. Only on Monday did neighbors worry and alert the police. When they entered the home, the officers discovered both dead.
The State Criminal Police Office is currently conducting further investigations and investigations at the crime scene. The result of the forensic medical examination is not yet available, nor is there any background to how this terrible act happened.
“According to initial investigations, the 33-year-old Austrian citizen is said to have killed the woman using blunt force,” said police spokesman Marco Jammer on Tuesday. “The 33-year-old is said to have committed suicide afterwards.” According to Jammer, the weapon was a hammer, the 30-year-old was killed by heavy blows to the head and upper body. The hammer was seized in the apartment.
“It is determined in all directions. For the time being, it cannot be completely ruled out that other suspects were involved at the crime scene, ”said Jammer.
Who was the alleged perpetrator
He is a 33-year-old Austrian citizen who is very well known in the German-speaking poker community and has also been a Twitch streamer and has always ensured great entertainment value for his viewers.
The community is shocked by this tragic event. One puzzles whether drugs were involved since he was also very active as a DJ.
According to the police spokesman, the alleged perpetrator was “officially known”, including for violent crimes, but according to the current state of knowledge, not in connection with domestic violence, the police spokesman reported.