COPENHAGEN, Denmark-Danish police say the newly discovered headless body and missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall (All local time):9:15 a. m.
Danish police say a headless torso found in Danish waters is connected to a piece of metal, "most likely to be intended to sink it.
Copenhagen police investigator yens Merle Jansen told reporters on Wednesday that the DNA of the body found on Monday matched the missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall, which is believed to be, he died on a homemade submarine that sank in August. 11.
He said dry blood was found in the submarine, which also matched the wall. "On Aug.
To make sure of her DNA, we took a brush and a toothbrush.
"We also found blood on the submarine and found a match . "
In August, the 30-year-old wall was alive when he was last found on the submarine of inventor Peter Madson. 10. ___8:40 a. m.
Danish police say a headless torso DNA test found in the Baltic Sea matches the missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who is believed to have died in a private vessel.
In August 10, the 30-year-old Wall was last found on the submarine of inventor Peter Madson.
Madson said he sent her to an island in Copenhagen, but later told the authorities that "there was an accident on board that killed her," and he "buried" her.
On Monday, a public found a headless torso near where she was considered dead.
Police said in a two-line statement that there was a match on Wednesday, adding that a press conference would be held later in the day.