The victim was dressed in a pair of large sweatpants with a small red shirt. The blue sweatpants had a double black line on the side. The brand was Gateway, size XL.
The victim wore red and yellow socks with a print of a duck at the heel. She wore light-blue underwear with the number 69 printed on it. The woman also wore a red t-shirt with white print, of the brand Lai Si Hao, in size S/M. The texts ‘Victory’, ‘Power Cycle’ and others were printed on the shirt.
The investigation indicated that the victim spent her childhood in areas north and east of Germany. It seems particularly likely that she came from Northern Scandinavia, Poland, or Russia. The young woman probably moved around during her adolescence (possibly between ages 16 and 22). It is likely that she spent the last months of her life in Western Europe, possibly in the Netherlands. Her body – wrapped in duvet covers – was put into a red suitcase. The suitcase was of the brand Line and was the largest of the 4-piece Albany Trolley Set. The body was wrapped in a white duvet cover with red/pink flowers and a floral print of blue and pink flowers, similar to those used by the Laura Ashley brand. There was also an orange-coloured sheet in the suitcase. The victim’s teeth were in such poor condition that it appears she never went to a dentist in her life.