Wanted Czech found dead in London

“Very sad news: British police have unfortunately confirmed to our embassy in London this afternoon that they have found the body of a missing Czech national. The cause of death is under investigation. Regarding the family, we will not share any further information on this case.” Kulhanek.

The 32-year-old Czech, who worked in London as a nurse in a children’s hospital, was missing for about two weeks.

According to the British press, the body was found on Sunday morning in Brunswick Park in the Camberwell district of south London, where he lives.

Police had previously detained a man who was released on bail on Sunday, according to The Guardian.

“At an early stage (of the investigation), the woman’s death was deemed unexplained,” the daily quoted a London police communique as saying. According to a police statement, official identification is pending, but the families of the missing have been notified of the progress.

The police searched the Czech Republic for several days. He was last seen two weeks ago when he left the house for work.

His family in the Czech Republic showed great concern, he said on Saturday videos Lucy O’Connor of the Lambeth Police Department, where the woman works.

According to him, the missing Czech left work on Sunday, November 28, at 7:45 p.m. and returned to the Camberwell district.

He took the money before getting on the bus. He was last reportedly seen on the bus about half an hour later. On December 3, one of his colleagues reported his disappearance.

Labor lawmaker Harriet Harman also called for public cooperation, which drew attention to the case at a press conference on Saturday.

Since December 7, a woman living in Uherské Hradišt was announced Search also in the Czech Republic.

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