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    Two bodies were found in connection with the case of Alexandra and Olivia Wieczorek

    The body of a woman was found near the village of Rosochacz (Silesia), which could be a breakthrough in the search for missing 45-year-old Alexandra and 15-year-old Olivia from Czestochowa – unofficially reported Radio RMF. “During the search for the missing people more than a week ago of Aleksandra W. and her 15-year-old daughter Olivia from Czestochowa, the police found the body most likely one of the missing persons”, confirmed the Silesian police. Unofficially, a second corpse was found near Romanów.

    Another body was found this afternoon in a forest near Romanów (Silesia), probably the second of the residents of Czestochowa who have been missing for more than a week, according to police sources.


    The second corpse was found a few meters away from the first one, the source reported.


    “Today, while searching for the missing Alexandra W. and her 15-year-old daughter, police found the body of one of the missing persons. The body was buried at a depth of ten centimetres in the woods near Romanów,” the police wrote on Facebook.



    “At the moment, work is underway to uncover this area, and the investigation team, under the supervision of the prosecutor, will secure all evidence and traces and conduct a visual inspection,” the police added.


    According to the RMF, the body of one of the missing women was found near the village of Rosochacz, and there were remains of a dog. The victim’s identity is being determined.


    The search for 45-year-old Alexandra and her 15-year-old daughter Olivia began over a week ago. On Thursday, 10 February, the women, together with a Shih-Tzu dog, had left their home in Częstochowa on Bienia Street under unknown circumstances and did not contact their relatives. Last Wednesday, Alexandra’s 52-year-old acquaintance was arrested. The suspect has pleaded not guilty.


    According to the latest findings, Aleksandra’s Ford Focus was supposed to move on 10 February on Road No. 91 in the Romanów region and further towards Katowice – where the search was now directed, formerly it focused on the carpentry gardens in Czestochowa, where Aleksandra had her gazebo and a gazebo of her friend Krzysztof R. arrested for the murder of both women.


    On Monday morning, the police reported that more than a hundred police and firemen were raking the area around the forest duct near Romanów, Silesia, looking for missing women. Rosochacz is located a few kilometres from Romanów.


    The investigation into the murder of Alexandra and Olivia Wieczorek was taken over by the District Prosecutor’s Office in Częstochowa. So far, the investigators do not disclose details of their actions – it is unclear what evidence points to R’s guilt, whether and what traces were found, and what motive might be behind them.

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