Dismembered body of Austerlitz bridge: Disabled, killed with bare hands, placed in a suitcase three months later… What we know about the victim

Dismembered body of Austerlitz bridge: Disabled, killed with bare hands, placed in a suitcase three months later… What we know about the victim
Dismembered body of Austerlitz bridge: Disabled, killed with bare hands, placed in a suitcase three months later… What we know about the victim

A dismembered body was discovered under the Austerlitz bridge in Paris this Saturday evening.

A 34-year-old man was taken into police custody this Sunday morning after the discovery of a dismembered body in a suitcase under the Austerlitz bridge in Paris on Saturday evening.

According to - 17, the man presented himself at the La Défense police station and accused himself of the murder. This Sunday, he was in police custody for “intentional homicide” but had not yet been able to be interviewed by the police.

The suspect presents himself as the carer of the victim who is said to be a disabled person. They reportedly had a dispute three months ago.

Still according to - 17, the man indicated that he “killed with his bare hands” the disabled person during this dispute. He only decided to dismember the body and place it in a suitcase this Saturday evening. Suitcase that he also allegedly set on fire.

NEWS INFO17. A dismembered body was discovered in a suitcase around 10 p.m. Saturday under the Austerlitz bridge in Paris, investigators and forensic technicians carried out observations until 3 a.m. (images @-17)
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It was the fire that triggered the intervention of the Paris firefighters. Once the fire was extinguished, they discovered the human remains in the suitcase.

As soon as he is able to be heard, the suspect will be subject to a psychiatric examination knowing that his speech is taken seriously by the investigators.

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