Police waiting body of pensioner to defrost to conduct an autopsy

14 January 2016
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The coroner has to wait for the body of the pensioner found in a freezer to defrost in order to conduct an autopsy that will reveal the causes of the death and will shed light on the case.

The victim was discovered on Tuesday bound hands and feet with his mouth sealed with a tape and covered with a sheet in a freezer in an appartment at the Athens district of Kallithea by a bailiff who went to hand over a foreclosure warrant to a 45-year-old Bulgarian woman that was living and had a child with the victim.

According to the coroner, the 65-year-old pensioner seaman’s body was is the freezer for approximately one year.

Police’s investigation focuses not only on the Bulgarian woman but also on her 27-year old son that she had from her first marriage. The woman had left Greece with her under age child a few days before the victim’s missing was reported by a relative. The same person said to the police that a large sum of money is missing from the pensioner’s bank account.

The Greek police believes that the 45-year-old Bulgarian and her 27-year-old son are in Bulgaria and has informed Interpol.

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