A Jewish teenager was found dead outside of the city of Mainz, Germany Wednesday, after apparently being raped and then murdered in late May, authorities said Thursday. Two men are suspected by German authorities in the murder-rape case, including a 35-year-old Turkish national and a 20-year-old Iraqi migrant. While German police have taken the Turkish man into custody, the second suspect remains at large, police said. The Iraqi man, identified as Ali B., had been living in a shelter established for refugees in Wiesbaden’s Erbenheim district, authorities said. The victim was found outside of Wiesbaden, north of Mainz. Police say Ali B. had left Germany recently, along with his parents and five siblings. According to a report by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, the suspect and his family had returned to Iraq. Local German media outlets identified the suspect as the girl’s boyfriend. The man reportedly has a history of violent crime.