The murder suspect who was at the centre of a massive 18-day manhunt in the forests and wetlands near the coastal city of Gdynia drowned, an autopsy has revealed, according to the Gdansk Prosecutor’s Office.
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The Gdansk Prosecutor's office has confirmed that a body discovered in a pond near the northern Polish city of Gdynia is that of a man being hunted by police over the murder of his son.
Police hunting a murder suspect near the northern Polish city of Gdynia have discovered a man's body in a pond that has been the focus of their search.
Police looking for a man suspected of killing his six-year-old son have vowed to continue the hunt despite the death of search and rescue diver.
The manhunt for a sailor suspected of killing his six-year-old son, now into its twelfth day, has moved to the area near the crime scene.
Law enforcement officials have said they are “certain” a man suspected of killing his six-year-old son, is alive and hiding in a forest between two districts of the coastal city of Gdynia, PAP has learned.
Law enforcement agencies have possible evidence that a sailor suspected of killing his six-year-old son on Friday may still be hiding in a forest between two districts in the coastal city of Gdynia, PAP has learned.
The six-year-old boy, murdered in Gdynia, northern Poland, has died of a cut throat injury, PAP has been told by a spokesperson of the district prosecutor's office in Gdansk.
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