Saw-Killer of Hanover

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The Saw-Killer of Hanover (German: Leichenfunde von Hannover) is the name of an unidentified German serial killer, who's supposedly responsible for murdering and dismembering at least four women and two men, whose body parts were found in Hanover and the surrounding area in the 1970s. None of the victims have been identified, and the case is also referred to as The Found Corpses of Hanover. The "SOKO Torso" Unit of the Hanoverian police, directed by Commissioner Günter Nowatius, investigated the murders at the time.