The preliminary results of an autopsy carried out on the human remains discovered this month in different parts of Prague suggest they belonged to the same person, a police spokesman said on Wednesday. On Christmas Eve a human torso in a plastic bag was found in a park in Prague 3. Two human hands, cut off and taped together, were found in a park in the south of Prague early in December. The body is believed to have belonged to a woman aged 40 to 45 years. A DNA analysis is yet to confirm the preliminary results.
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