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The body of a Hungarian woman who had lived in the UK for several years was found in a freezer in London. Henriett Szucs was actually the second woman whose remains were found in a freezer in east London.

According to Sky News, the Metropolitan Police revealed that the woman had no fixed address despite having lived in the country for a few years. The last known conversation she had took place in 2016. There are investigations going on whether she had been missing since then.

The police confirmed that the first victim was 38-year-old Mihirican Mustafa, mother of three, who was reported missing in May 2018.

Despite the post-mortem examinations, we do not know the cause of death. Further tests will need to be applied. However, it is clear that both women had suffered several injuries.

The Homicide and Major Crime Command ask anybody with information about Henriett following the summer of 2016 to step forward. They also appeal to anyone who knows what connected her to the property at Vandom Close where she was found to contact the police. They need to know whether the two victims knew each other, what kind of people they were in connection with, what kind of lifestyle they led and what they were doing in the part of the city where their bodies were found.

The police arrived at the location on April 26th due to concerns regarding a man’s well-being. After gaining entry, they discovered the bodies. The police know the flat was used by people who often move from place to place as well as drug users.

Last week, 34-year-old Zarhid Younis who lived in the flat where the bodies were found was charged with preventing the lawful and decent burial of a dead body on two accounts.

A 50-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder. Since then, he has been set free, but they are still investigating him.

Recently, we wrote about the case of the French tourist who was raped in Budapest. Now, her attackers have been sentenced to prison. MORE DETAILS HERE


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