Crucifixion killing: DNA matches in three cases

Police have found DNA matches in three separate cases linked to the so-called “crucifixion killing” of a prostitute whose body was found tied to a horizontal bar in a position similar to that of crucifixion in the outskirts of Florence.

On Wednesday, police confirmed that they are hunting for a serial offender targeting prostitutes in Florence after the same DNA was found in three separate cases investigated in connection with the latest killing, Italian news agency Ansa reported.

The DNA, which was discovered on the tape used to bind the women, concern a case from July 17th 2011 in Calenzano, a case from March 28th 2013 in Ugnano and another from February 21st 2014, also in Calenzano.

Police are also investigating possible links with four other cases dating back as far as 2006.

One of the cases under examination involved a 46-year-old female prostitute, who last March reported being raped, robbed and tied with tape by a client on the same road after being approached by a customer in the northern outskirts of the city…

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Crucifixion killing: DNA matches in three cases

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