In Adge, France, the corpse of a 77-year-old woman was discovered in a pavilion in a housing estate in Agde, on the banks of the Hérault river. The victim was beheaded.
A septuagenarian was found, Wednesday evening around 10 p.m., beheaded in her pavilion, rue de la Capelette, in the Notre-Dame district in Agde, in Hérault. She had been living alone in the lodge since her husband died two years ago.
The victim was found by his son, residing in Essonne in the Paris region. He alerted the police at around 9:15 p.m. He hadn’t heard from his mother since Tuesday. Upon arriving at the scene, he noticed a large mess in the pavilion and what looked like a body on the ground in the half-light.
On their arrival, the police noticed that the exterior gate was closed but the front door of the home was not locked. They enter the house and discover a headless corpse. The owner was brutally beheaded.
The police found the victim’s head lying on the kitchen table, not far from the decapitated body. There were also, in the front garden, bloody latex gloves with the tape on the handles.
The Montpellier SRPJ which is in charge of the file. According to initial information, the perpetrator is on the run and wanted by the police. No lead is favored at this stage by the investigators.