After the killing of twelve-year-old Luise from Freudenberg in North Rhine-Westphalia, the Koblenz investigators do not want to give out any further information on the motive, course of events or the two suspected girls who were not criminally responsible.

The public prosecutor's office in Koblenz announced on Wednesday that it had "conclusively communicated the legally possible information" with the police in Koblenz and Siegen-Wittgenstein. Further information could not be published at present on request.

The media's interest in information is behind the privacy protection of Luise's family and the personal rights of the suspects. The case is now before the public prosecutor's office in Siegen, which is responsible for the residence of the suspects. In this case, the Koblenz investigators would no longer be available for further interviews. The murder weapon had not yet been found, it was said only.

Luise had been missing since Saturday evening, on Sunday her body was discovered in an impassable forest area just behind the Rhineland-Palatinate state border. On Monday, investigators said that the twelve-year-old had fallen victim to a violent crime. A day later, investigators announced that a twelve-year-old and a 13-year-old were suspects. In particular, the young age of the suspects caused shock. In Germany, juveniles aged 14 and over are considered criminally responsible.