Police Fear Serial Killer on the Loose After Grisly Discovery Inside Abandoned Mineshaft

April 23, 2019Apr 23, 2019

A terrifying incident is currently taking place in Cyprus. Local officials think they may be dealing with a serial killer.

According to reports, police have discovered a grisly scene inside an abandoned mine shaft. Officials say the remains of two women have been found inside the structure.

"Authorities on Cyprus fear they may be dealing with a possible serial killer after the bodies of two women were discovered days apart in a flooded mineshaft on the small Mediterranean island nation. Officials said Monday that the bodies of the two women were discovered six days apart at an abandoned mine located about 17 miles west of the capital Nicosia," reported Fox.

Police are now speaking out about the findings. They have yet to release a lot of information since the case is currently active and ongoing.

“This is a form of crime unprecedented for the norms of Cyprus," Cyprus Police Chief Zacharias Chrysostomou told reporters. "It’s premature to assess the extent of this crime."

Experts are working the area using high-tech tools and resources. They are getting ready to search a nearby lake with underwater cameras and robotic equipment.

“You appreciate that this is a very sensitive issue. We are examining the possibility there may be other bodies," Trangolas told reporters. "The search will continue for as many days as necessary and until we have definitive answers."

Please join us in praying for the officials working this case as well as the family members of the victims. May they find peace and comfort through our Lord, Jesus.

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