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The shredded corpse found in the garbage bags: the first suspects

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Macabre yellow in the province of Rovigo, where yesterday the pieces of a man’s body surfaced, closed in some black garbage bags after being thrown into the Adigetto canal, in the Polesine, a watercourse that detaches from the Adige and is used for irrigation. According to the first report of the autopsy on the body, which has not yet been completed, the victim is a man of about 60 years. At the moment, the pathologist did not comment on ethnicity or on the weapons that would have been used for the murder and to tear the body to pieces.

In the meantime this morning, on the orders of the Rovigo prosecutor’s office, the searches by the carabinieri and the firefighters of the missing remains of the corpse resumed. In particular, the right leg is missing to put the body back together. With a dinghy, the firefighters are scanning the canal in search of further elements useful for the investigation. The area affected by the investigations includes the municipalities of Badia Polesine, Lendinara and Villanova del Ghebbo. Yesterday, the left leg was first found, then the trunk and head in other sacks found during the research, and finally the two arms in a different stretch of the canal. Following these findings, the Rovigo prosecutor’s office opened a murder file.

The story brings to mind a similar macabre finding of a corpse, found headless on 4 April last on the bank of the Po in Occhiobello (Rovigo), in a black bag. On that occasion it was believed that the body was that of a young woman, whose clothes had also been found. The identity of the victim, however, has never been ascertained so far.