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Murder Of Polish Woman On Kos Island Shocks Greece

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Anastazja Rubinska’s body was found naked and wrapped in a bedsheet. Credit: Facebook/Anastazja Rubinska,

The murder of a young woman from Poland on Kos island is the latest femicide to shock Greece.

27-year-old Anastazja Rubinska, a Polish citizen who went missing on Monday, was found dead on Sunday, discovered by a volunteer who had joined the intensive search for the missing woman.

According to AMNA, her body was found naked and wrapped in a bedsheet, while the top part was additionally covered in a plastic bag.

Following the tragic end of the search for Rubinska, police are now focusing on solving the horrific crime, as the prime suspect, who was arrested on Saturday, has not confessed to the murder.

Bangladeshi man arrested on suspicion of abduction

The location where Anastasja was found murdered, under a tree and covered with leaves and branches, is about one kilometer from the house of the 32-year-old Bangladeshi man arrested the previous day on suspicion of abduction.

Rubinska’s mobile phone was also found on Saturday, half a kilometer away from the suspect’s house, its SIM card removed.

Greek media reported that her DNA was found in the suspect’s house, and that police investigators noticed scratches and signs of struggle on him, which, he claims, originated from a road traffic accident he had recently.

The suspect reportedly told police that Anastazja and he had intercourse in his house before he dropped her off at a location where her partner would pick her up.

Search as Polish woman disappeared on Kos island

Rubinska had arrived at Kos island in the Dodecanese with her Polish partner to work in a hotel in the Tigaki-Marmari area during the summer season.

She was reported missing by her partner on Tuesday. He told police Anastazja had contacted him on Monday night to tell him she was drunk and a little later she sent him her exact location so that he could pick her up. But when he arrived, he found no one there, and her cell phone was switched off.

Anastazja’s last CCTV capture showed her entering a takeaway restaurant in the area a few hours before she went missing, while her last sighting was in a mini market where she appeared to be intoxicated as she met a group of four Pakistani and Bangladeshi men and rode off with one of them – now the main suspect – on his motorbike.

An intensive search including police, firefighters, civil protection, a local rescue team and a sniffer dog continued to look for Rubinska until her body was found on Sunday afternoon.

Her mother had also arrived from Poland with a private detective to aid the search.



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