German officials on Thursday said Ali Bashar, 20, an Iraqi immigrant, who is a suspected of raping and killing a 14-year-old Jewish girl, had likely fled the country to Irbil in Iraq. The second suspect, a 35-year old Turkish citizen, is in detention. The victim was identified only as Susanna, a member of the Jewish community in Mainz. The girl was reported missing on May 22 and her body was found in a wooded area near train tracks on Wednesday. Wiesbaden senior public prosecutor Oliver Kuhn told reporters that both suspects “lived in refugee centers in Wiesbaden,” on the Rhine river across from Mainz. He said investigators believed the girl had been the victim of “a collective rape and murder.” They said they had not established that the crime was religion-related. The Central Council of Jews in Germany demanded a rapid and comprehensive investigation of the crime and consequences for the perpetrators.