Skeletal remains of a man, 59, and his dog are found in Germany after eight years
Skeletal remains of a man, 59, and his dog are found in his German apartment after they were dead for EIGHT YEARS
- The remains of Heinz H were found last month in a flat in Senden, West Germany
- Firefighters broke into the flat while evacuating residents during a fire in the basement
- He was last seen alive in 2011 and his car was outside the building
A retired baker was dead in his apartment for eight years until his body was discovered by accident during a fire in his apartment building in Germany.
The skeletal remains of Heinz H, who died at the age of 59, were found next to the corpse of his dog, allegedly starving in the flat in Senden, West Germany.
Firefighters broke into the apartment and made the grim discovery while evacuating the apartment building during a fire in the basement, according to Bild.
Further investigation revealed that the man's letterbox was overflowing for eight years and his decaying vehicle was still parked outside.
He was last seen alive in 2011.
The apartment building in Senden, West Germany, where the corpse of a retired baker lay unnoticed in his apartment for eight years until it was finally discovered by firefighters
The Heinz H car, parked outside the building, turned green and had flat tires. His mailbox was also overcrowded after not being opened for eight years
A neighbor, Angelika Havener, said she had approached various authorities after she noticed a strange odor.
However, neither the manager of the property nor the police agreed that it smelled of a corpse, she said.
Mrs. Havener thought her neighbor had an adult son, but she failed to contact him, she said.
Another neighbor had reassured her that Heinz, who broke up with his wife many years ago, was probably staying with a friend somewhere else.
& # 39; He didn't deserve to kill the dice, & # 39; said Mrs. Havener.
She went on: & # 39; He was a nice guy, a bit of a loner. He told me he left his job as a baker because he was allergic to flour dust.
A neighbor, Angelika Havener (photo), said she had approached different authorities after she noticed a strange odor, but nothing was done
A deposited part of the apartment building where a fire broke out last month, which led to the unintended discovery of the 59-year-old's dead body
& # 39; I realized that he didn't cook himself, so I sometimes brought him food I had cooked. He was a really nice neighbor. & # 39;
At one point, a mysterious friend began to walk the dog, but after a while there was no sign of Heinz or his pet anymore, Havener said.
The Seat car, which had flat tires and began to turn green, sat unnoticed in the parking lot.
Heinz's body was eventually found when a fire broke out in the apartment on September 20 and firefighters went home to bring residents to safety.
When no answer came from Heinz's flat, they broke into the house and found him and his dog dead.
His body is now being investigated and the police are investigating the case.
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