Man kills girlfriend and melts her body after breakup, police discover remains behind a wall after 9 years
The Spanish Police have found the remains of a young woman who had been missing for 9 years.
In a painful and horrific discovery, the Spanish police found the remains of a young woman who had been missing for nine years behind a wall in her old apartment.
Sibora Gagani, 22, disappeared nine years ago shortly after separating from her boyfriend, but the Torremolinos municipal police abandoned the search for her after failing to find any information for their investigation.
It was last month, when the police caught the boyfriend for committing the murder.
The police said the Italian girl was stabbed 14 times.
Marco Gaio Romeo confessed on his own to his crime that he committed in 2014, after he saw Sibora’s picture hanging in the police station, to which he was taken for investigation, according to local media.
Romeo admitted that he dissolved the remains of Sibora's body in acid.
According to a statement issued by the Spanish police, Romeo placed Sibora's remains in a box that he hid in a wall of his house.
After members of the Serious Crimes Unit searched the apartment where Romeo and Sibora were living, they noticed an asymmetry in the lines on one of the walls.
Using x-rays, a wooden chest hidden between two walls was revealed, along with a bouquet of flowers, and the remains were placed in bags.
The police took the remains of the body to the morgue in order to verify the identity through DNA tests.