She had converted to Islam shortly before she ran away from home past year. It's believed that Wenzel converted to Islam after being groomed on social media, but authorities have not developed a clear timeline about her radicalization and escape to the middle east.
The girl is now receiving consular assistance from the German Embassy in Bagdad, the prosecutor said.
"Our information ends with the girl's arrival in Istanbul about a year ago", Hasse said, as cited by AP.
Iraqi officials said Linda W. had been working with the police forces of the extremist group in Mosul. They did not identify the woman as Wenzel.
Search operations are underway to locate the 39 missing Indians who were taken as prisoners by the Islamic State in 2014 from Mosul city and there is high level coordination between Iraqi and Indian concerned authorities, Iraq Embassy to India said on Sunday.
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A captured schoolgirl who ran off to join Isis could stand trial after being found in the ruins of Mosul.
Photos of a disheveled young woman in the presence of Iraqi soldiers went viral online last week, but there were contradicting reports about the girl's identity. He said she also might be expelled for being a foreigner or, because she is a minor reported missing in Germany, she could be handed over to Germany. "We must determine this in the near future in order to find out whether she committed a criminal offense or not", Haase told n-tv news.
Investigators discovered a prayer rug, a tablet with hundreds of photographs and the login for a Facebook account that Linda had used.
Linda was "receiving consular support by the German embassy in Iraq", Mr Haase said, but could not clarify what might happen to her next. Some have been killed in battle and suicide bombings, and others have returned to Germany, but there are many who remain unaccounted for, according to security officials.
German weekly Der Spiegel reports that Linda had been detained in Baghdad with three other German women, where they were questioned following the liberation of Mosul. However, she might be extradited back to Germany, either because she is a foreigner or because she is a minor reported missing overseas. She didn't come back home but instead traveled to Frankfurt, then made her way to Turkey before smuggling herself to Iraq.