Seventh body part found in Vltava

The police uncovered a seventh body part, a human foot, in the Vltava River in Prague not far from Barrandov Bridge. An autopsy will be needed to confirm whether it belonged to a woman whose murder was first discovered in the middle of October. Almost all of the victim’s remains have been recovered, minus the head which would determine her identity. The woman is believed to have been between 30 to 40 years old; she had several identifying features or marks, including a piercing and a scar from a past operation. The police investigated a similar murder of a 50 year-old two years ago which went unsolved; they have not revealed whether the cases could be connected.

Author: Jan Velinger