Ex-boyfriend arrested in murder of young mother

Missing woman had been subject of massive search

July 31st, 2014 10:41 am| by admin
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A 24-year-old man has been arrested and charged with the murder of 21-year-old Kamilla Hantusch, who disappeared on July 19. The suspect is the young mother’s ex-boyfriend, according to a statement from south Jutland police.

Since her disappearance, Hantusch had been the subject of a massive search, which included hundreds of civilians from the local area, police canines, helicopters and divers. The case was also reported to Interpol. 

READ MORE: Suspects in custody for death of woman in Lyngby

Grisly discovery
Police found her body yesterday near a motorway in southern Jutland, and said that their investigation had led them to suspect the ex-boyfriend.

The man is scheduled for a preliminary hearing today. Police declined to say how the suspect would plead.

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