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Murdered Holocaust survivor's car found

August 1, 2009 8:10:28 PM PDT
Investigators are looking into a slain 89-year-old's social life for clues on who beat and strangled him in his apartment. Investigators say Guido Felix Brinkmann was in the habit of inviting younger women to his apartment for sex. His doorman told police a man and a woman went to the home the night before he was found dead and were later seen leaving in his car from the basement garage.

Police located the car in the Bronx Friday evening. They are still looking for the man and woman.

Brinkmann is the former owner of the Adam's Apple, a disco-era nightclub. He's also a Holocaust survivor sent to Auschwitz.

He was found in his bed with his hands bound Thursday after he didn't show up to work. The medical examiner said he was asphyxiated.


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