Crime-Trail in Vienna Alsergrund
On the Crime-Trail in Vienna you take over the investigating work and try to solve the disappearence of Sarah Huber. To solve the case, download the “crime file” of the Crime-Trail Vienna Alsergrund on this page. This is the description of the criminal case, the introduction of the suspicious persons and an overview of the evidence found at the crime scene.
You decide for yourself which tracks you want to follow first and thus determine the order independently. From place to place, the evidence can become more solid as more clues are added. But be careful: Things that are clear at the beginning become unclear later or vice versa. The person for whom evidence fits, who has a motive and no watertight alibi, is the perpetrator.
This is what you need for the successful investigation work
- The crime file, a pen for taking notes, a pad/clipboard for writing on, and possibly headphones.
- A cell phone with internet connection. In addition, you will communicate with the operations center via text message for additional clues.
- The warrant code which you have received by e-mail with the order confirmation. This will enable you to convict the perpetrator.
- Good nose and the joy of discovering Vienna.
Sarah Huber from Vienna has been missing since Friday evening. That evening she went to the cinema with two friends (Monika Zimmermann and Tina Sutter) and then had a drink at a bar. According to her friends, the three said goodbye at some point between 11.15 p.m. and midnight. Monika and Tina took the tram from there. Sarah wanted to walk home. From the tram, Monika and Tina could observe that a black SUV slowly approached Sarah and stopped. After the tram started, Monika and Tina couldn’t watch the rest of the process, but they assume that this could have been the perpetrator’s car. Since then, no one has seen Sarah.
Help the police to find Sarah!
Duration: 2:00 – 3:30
Crime Scene: Berggasse/Wasagasse, 1090 Wien
There are more investigations near Vienna: Vienna-Landstraße, Salzburg, Kufstein, and Munich. You can find an overview of our Crime-Trails in Germany and Austria under Overview. The Crime-Trails in Switzerland of our colleagues you can find at https://www.krimi-trails.ch/.