Two Turkish nationals have been arrested on suspicion of forcing their way into the home of a 13-year-old German girl, then proceeding to sexually abuse and rape her. The incident took place on 19th May near Wismar, in the city of Schwerin (Germany), where the public prosecutor has confirmed the investigation.
The two Turks men, aged 19 and 31, went to the girl’s home when she was there alone, raping and abusing her for some time until her mother returned home, at which point they left.
It is believed that one of the men – presumably the younger one – was previously known to the young girl, as they had communicated via an online messaging application.
This is the latest in a long string of violent sexual incidents perpetrated by third world migrants in Germany, that have occurred since Angela Merkel made the decision to open Europe’s doors to millions of economic migrants. It also comes just days after the news broke of a particularly brutal rape in Tulln (Lower Austria), where a 15-year-old girl was raped multiple times by Afghan and Somali migrants.