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Bones found on Barra da Tijuca beach are taken for identification at the IML

Bones found on Barra da Tijuca beach are taken for identification at the IML
Bones found on Barra da Tijuca beach are taken for identification at the IML
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1 of 1 The corpse was taken to the IML Afrânio Peixoto, in the center of Rio

The corpse was taken to the IML Afrânio Peixoto, in the center of Rio Pedro Teixeira / O Globo

The Fire Department was called, on Friday night (2), to collect a skeleton on Barra da Tijuca beach, in the West Zone of Rio. The military reported that part of a corpse was found in the sand, at 10:40 p.m. , at number 3,100, Avenida Lúcio Costa. The police are awaiting the report from the Legal Medical Institute (IML) to confirm that it is the body of the boy Édson Davi Silva Almeida, aged 6, who disappeared on January 4th, near Posto 4.

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According to firefighters, it was not possible to determine whether the bones were those of a child or an adult, nor the sex.

The Civil Police reported that the remains were taken to the Legal Medical Institute (IML) and that the investigation is ongoing.


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The article is in Portuguese

Tags: Bones Barra Tijuca beach identification IML

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