Suspected cannibal, 51, is arrested by Russian authorities after the remains of three men are found in a river
- The 51-year-old man is said to have killed three people in Arkhangelsk, Russia
- Russia Investigative Committee said the man had split the bodies into pieces
- Human remains were found together with those from animals such as dogs and cats
The police in Russia have arrested a man who, according to them, has a & # 39; cannibal & # 39; is after the troops have discovered the partially eaten corpses of three murder victims.
The bodies were found in the town of Arkhangelsk along with the body parts of dogs, cats and birds.
The 51-year-old man, who is not mentioned, is said to have killed three friends with a knife after falling asleep.
It is thought that he had folded them with alcohol before they fell asleep, which the Russian authorities say he did to eat them.
The 51-year-old man from Russia (pictured above in a blue jacket) is said to have killed three of his friends
The man was taken away by officers who also found human remains in the area
The Russia Investigative Committee said the man had split the bodies into pieces before he ate parts of it.
It added that he then threw away the remains in a local river.
The murders are said to have taken place between March 2016 and March 2017.
The explanation added that the man was considered to be in a good state of mind after being subjected to a medical examination.
The man is said to have told the relatives of one of his victims that they had gone to work in another city
After the murder, the suspect allegedly lived in one of the apartments of his victims and told the parents of the deceased that his victim had gone to work in another city.
It added: & # 39; He has confidently submitted the same version to police officers who were looking for the missing person & # 39 ;.
The other two victims were thought to have no relatives, making it easier for them to hide the murders because there were no & # 39; family ties & # 39; were to fight with.
Officers in charge of the investigation said it took a long time before the bodies of the victims were identified.
& # 39; Since parts of the corpses were found to be fragmentary, which in practice excluded the possibility of their identification, they could only establish their identity through a large number of different complex investigations. & # 39;
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