The police in Prague have charged 34-year-old man from Ukraine with the July murder of a prostitute who also originated from that country. The police said the man, who was the victim’s next-door neighbour, was addicted to online gaming but could not afford an internet connection. He secretly used the woman’s computer but when she caught him in her flat, he killed her with a knife. He then chopped her body whose parts were found in several waste management facilities in the capital. The police said they were able to determine the woman’s identity with the help of their German colleagues who kept a record of the woman’s fingerprints. The man has reportedly confessed to the crime; if convicted, he faces between 10 and 18 years in prison.
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