With her role as Lieutenant Helga Lindt, Karin Ugowski was the first female commissioner on German television back in 1972.
A “Wartburg” car starts rolling on a rain-soaked country road, and the driver, Dr. Pfeiffer (Uwe-Detlev Jessen), just manages to stop him. The student Sibylle Arnold (Uta Schorn), the driver's girlfriend, rushes out of the car, in the pouring rain in a forest.Some time later, completely distraught, she reached a forest house and cut her wrists with a saw; luckily, the forester finds her in time and takes her to the hospital. The criminalists Oberleutnant Hübner (Jürgen Frohriep) and Leutnant Lindt (Karin Ugowski) are entrusted with the investigation of the case. One thing quickly becomes clear: the argument with her boyfriend cannot alone be the cause of the young woman's desolate state and attempted suicide. And soon it becomes certain that the student was raped by a stranger on her way through the forest. Since this is the second such act in quick succession and in this area, the criminalists must make every effort to find the perpetrator quickly to prevent further similar crimes. There is a slaughterhouse not far from the crime scene, and there are two suspects who work there and are targeted by the investigators: the driver Köhlermann (Werner Lierck) and the butcher Paulsen (Manfred Karge), who also has a criminal record. But a blood test, in which the rare blood group AB plays a major role, then leads to the real rapist. (Source: Fernsehen der DDR)
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