Kim Wall's head and legs found in Copenhagen sea

Kim Wall's head and legs found in Copenhagen sea

Kim Wall's head and legs found in Copenhagen sea

Jumpers have discovered the head and legs of Swedish writer Kim Wall, Danish police said Saturday at a news gathering.

Wall had last been seen alive on August 10 on board a self-built submarine owned by inventor Peter Madsen as it left Copenhagen harbor.

The following day, Madsen was rescued from the sinking submarine without Wall and was arrested the same day.

Inventor Peter Madsen has said Ms Wall died after being accidentally hit by a heavy hatch on his UC3 Nautillus submarine and he "buried" her at sea.

Danish divers looking for the remains of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, whose torso washed ashore in Copenhagen this summer, made a gruesome discovery Friday nearby in Køge Bay.

A search was ongoing for the arms that were still missing. A forensics team will continue to examine the newly discovered body parts and will look for DNA on the clothing. Danish police suspect that Madsen murdered Wall and then drowned the submarine to destroy the evidence.

Wall, was writing a profile on Madsen when she was last seen boarding Madsen's submarine on August 10.

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He said he had tossed her body overboard.

Madsen however insisted the hard drive did not belong to him.

Her head was in a bag along with two legs.

Earlier this week, prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen told a court custody hearing that a hard disk found in Madsen's workshop contained fetish films in which real women were tortured, decapitated, and burned.

Photo Peter Madsen, right, after landing in Dragor Harbor south of Copenhagen in August.

The submarine was found on August 11, about 15 hours after it had departed Copenhagen. A talented writer, her work appeared in The New York Times, the Guardian and TIME, among publications.

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