BREAKING: Murder Suspect Surrenders to Spanish Police in Palma de Mallorca

Murder Suspect Surrenders to Spanish Police in Palma de Mallorca.

Police have arrested a 35-year-old man in Palma for the murder of his partner, a 32-year-old woman.

The National Police made the arrest of the man who allegedly killed his 32-year-old partner last night. After the deed was done, he allegedly left the body covered with brush and branches in the vicinity of Camí de Ca na Verda, in Palma.

As reported by Spanish Police on the Balearic Islands, at around 10 p.m. on Tuesday, a call was received that an accident had occurred on Camí de Ca na Verda. Officers sent to respond spotted a vehicle that looked like it had been in an accident. Beside it lay a trail of blood that led to a path where they found the lifeless body of a woman.

Shortly after the police had called an emergency ambulance they received a call from the suspect saying that he wanted to surrender to them- which he did. The only thing the emergency crew could was to declare the woman dead at the scene. Forensics were called in to take samples and the man was put into custody. A homicide team are now leading the investigation and no further details have released by police.

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