By Cristina Hodgson • 14 January 2020 • 11:59
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A Man’s body has been found in Spain with a severe wound to the head, although no evidence of third party involvement has been found, Spanish police are awaiting an autopsy to clarify the cause of death.
The alarm was triggered at about 1:30 pm., yesterday afternoon (Monday) when the National Police were called to investigate the body of a 53-year-old man which had been discovered in the Campanillas area of Malaga- Spain.
The investigation has been taken over by the Provincial Police Station’s Homicide Group, as the body was in a “strange position” which rules out a “fall” and the man’s documentation was out of his pocket and on the ground.
Early reports indicate that despite the apparent violent death, there is no evidence that points to the participation of third parties involvement in the fatal incident, although an autopsy is being carried out today at the Institute of Legal Medicine (IML) in Malaga, to clarify the circumstances of the death.
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