Woman decapitated in Israel was identified

The decapitated corpse that was found at the start of last week by authorities in Tel Aviv belongs to a 45-year-old woman from Valea lui Mihai, a locality in Bihor County, who worked as a caretaker for an elderly woman. The woman’s body was found Sunday, head and limbs missing, in the south of Israel’s capital Tel Aviv and on Tuesday, police officers identified a suspect: a Turkish male. The alleged 50-year-old murderer was arrested Tuesday afternoon as he was trying to board an airplane headed for Turkey, police representative stated. He apparently confessed to committing the murder during the questioning. Turkish citizen Eidan Damirhan, suspected of killing Ilona Denise from Romania, with whom he was friends, in the southern region of Tel Aviv following an argument about rent, admitted to the murder and recounted the first minutes after the deed, Ynetnews website reported.

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