The man who was subsequently arrested for stealing jewels from the Green Vault in Dresden had the complete investigation file for the case. She was found during a search of his apartment in Berlin-Kreuzberg, said public prosecutor Christian Weber on Tuesday in the trial against the six suspects. The investigation file was therefore on the tablet of the 22-year-old.

Where she came from is unclear. Only the police, the public prosecutor, the court, the defense and the accused may access the files. The 22-year-old was arrested on May 10 on the sidelines of the hearing at the Dresden Regional Court and is in custody.

In the process, six young men between the ages of 23 and 28 are charged with aggravated gang theft, arson and particularly aggravated arson. You are German and come from the well-known Arab-born Berlin extended family Remmo. The 22-year-old, who also comes from the Remmo family, is suspected of having helped plan, prepare and execute the coup.

As was also announced on Tuesday, experts found DNA traces, tiny pieces of glass and foil residues in one of the getaway cars used to steal the Sachsen jewelry.

The nine glass splinters are chemically identical to the safety glass of the smashed display case in the Treasury Museum, as an investigator from the Saxony State Criminal Police Office said on Tuesday in the Dresden Regional Court’s trial against six suspects. DNA from three of the accused was discovered in the car seized in Berlin, as well as the remains of a foil in the cracks.

In the early morning of November 25, 2019, the accused are said to have stolen 21 pieces of jewelry with a total of 4,300 diamonds and brilliants from the Dresden Museum with a total value of over 113 million euros and also left property damage of over one million euros. They are also accused of having set fire to a power box in the old town and a getaway car in the underground car park of a residential building.

Two high-horsepower cars used by the perpetrators drove several times at night from Berlin to Dresden and back, as an investigator told the Soko “Epaulette” in court. They were captured by cameras on November 19, 20, 23 and 24, 2019 – and on the morning of the crime.

The silver getaway car, which was camouflaged with foil like a Dresden taxi, had been parked on a police site since mid-December 2019. Unknown persons broke into it on Christmas Day, removed the navigation device and set fire to it.