German police searching for suspects after top Nazi official’s grave dug up

Police are investigating what or who dug up the grave of a high-ranking Nazi officer buried in Berlin.

A worker at Invalids’ Cemetery in Berlin told police that he found the unmarked grave of Reinhard Heydrich, an SS officer and an architect of the Holocaust, had been disturbed, according to the Independent. Nothing was removed from the grave, and police currently have no suspects.

Adolf Hitler installed Heydrich as a governor over the lands that now make up the Czech Republic in September 1941. Heydrich cracked down on the populace over real and perceived threats to the German Reich. On May 27, 1942, two Czech rebels bombed Heydrich’s
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