Undeveloped foetus found dumped in Spain’s Valenica

THE National Police have confirmed that the biological remains found on Tuesday morning (February 4) in Valencia, Spain are that of an undeveloped foetus.

The shocking discovery was made by a resident on Calle Guillem de Castro, near to the Institute of Modern Art (IVAM). Investigators working on the case state that analysis has determined that the remains are of a poorly developed foetus and placenta which may have been left after an abortion was performed without medical assistance.

It is understood that a blood trail was also found at the scene which led to a park near to the towers of Quart which went into the gardens of the Túria – both areas that are frequented by homeless people.

Officers had examined CCTV footage and have identified the person who allegedly dumped the remains which they state was a young man who had been lying on a bench in the area for some time before.

As Euro Weekly News understands, police are now trying to locate this individual to determine the exact circumstances behind the event.

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Isha Sesay