Police make major development in case of headless woman found in suitcase

August 6, 2013 16:43

Police have made a major development in the case of the headless woman found partially dismembered in a suitcase in south Tel Aviv on Saturday, the Jerusalem Post has learned.

The development, which is still covered under a gag order, should help police find the people responsible for the murder.

The woman was found on a staircase to the pedestrian bridge to HaHagana train station in south Tel Aviv on Saturday afternoon, by bomb sappers called by a passerby.

The investigation is being handled by the Tel Aviv branch of the YAMAR investigative unit.

Police have still not found the head.

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