Tuesday, 10. December 2013 - 07:12
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After four days of intense searching, the Croatian Mountain Rescue Service (GSS) have found the body of a 31-year-old missing Mexican female tourist Selena Margarit Graciano Macedo in the Dalmatian city of Split on Saturday, reported daily newspaper 24 sata.
The body of the murdered Mexican was found buried in a half a meter deep bush, 300 meters from the top of Split's Marjan hill near a bunker from World War II. Police have confirmed that the women died violently and have pleaded with anyone who may have been in the company of the Mexican in the afternoon of 22 August, when she was last seen, to come forward as the search for the killer goes on.
The dead women was in Croatia with her bother after travelling around Europe together for the past three months. Her brother has told police that the last time he saw his sister alive was when the two of them were on the lookout on Marjan hill last Wednesday before she decided to go for a walk alone. After she failed to turn up at the agreed meeting spot in Split town, the murdered women's brother notified the police that she was missing.
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