Police arrest Turkish man in connection with murder of woman found beheaded in south Tel Aviv

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August 7, 2013 09:13

 
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The woman whose beheaded body was found in a suitcase in south Tel Aviv on Saturday was a Romanian citizen, and a Turkish citizen has been arrested in connection with her murder, police revealed Wednesday after a gag order on the case was lifted.

Police said that the Turkish suspect confessed to murdering the woman, who had been working in Israel without a permit.

Information on the woman was collected from her daughter, who the police located with assistance from Interpol.

Police said that the woman's head had still not been located.

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