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    The preliminary results of the autopsy of corpses found in the Romanowski forest are now available

    The preliminary results of the autopsy of two women, whose bodies were found the day before yesterday in Romanów near Częstochowa, are known. It is most likely the mother and her daughter who went missing on February 10. The cause of death for one of them was violent asphyxiation.

    Today, an autopsy was carried out on the buried bodies of two people, who had been found the day before yesterday in the forest in Romanów near Częstochowa. It is most likely those are the bodies of the mother and her daughter who went missing on February 10 – 45-year-old Aleksandra and 15-year-old Oliwia.

     

    However, the identity of the victims will have to be proven by DNA testing. Due to their mental state, their relatives were unable to identify them.

     

    According to RMF, preliminary findings, the autopsy results indicate that violent asphyxiation is the primary cause of death of the younger victim.

     

    However, according to the prosecutor, as for the elderly woman, specialists were not sure about the cause of death. Therefore, it will now have to be demonstrated by specialized research.

     

    DNA samples were also taken from both victims to finally establish their identities.

     

    At the moment, the prosecutor’s office does not say where the crime was supposed to take place and when exactly the women were killed, or whether it was the older woman’s car that was used to transport the bodies by the suspect. It was this car that one of the witnesses saw in the forest near Romanów. There were also buried bodies, at a depth of about a meter and a few meters from the forest road.

     

    Read the other articles on the matter:

     

    WHERE ARE ALEKSANDRA AND OLIWIA WIECZOREK? NO TRACE FOUND YET

    TWO BODIES WERE FOUND IN CONNECTION WITH THE CASE OF ALEXANDRA AND OLIVIA WIECZOREK

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