Anastazja Rubiska, 27, was killed on the Greek island of Kos, and a 32-year-old man from Bangladesh has been accused with her murder.
Additionally, it has come to light that the man spent 11 years living and working on the island, according to Kos Mayor Nikitaras Theodosis.
His deputy, Stamatis Kambourakis, took part in the search. “People were finishing their work and joining the search for the girl. They were involved as if they were looking for their own daughter,” Kambourakis stressed.
On Monday, June 12, Anastazja went missing on the Greek island of Kos, where she was employed by one of the resorts. Sunday saw news that the 27-year-old Polish woman’s body had been discovered, according to Greek media. The body was discovered at 7 p.m. local time, 500 meters from the location of the Polish woman’s cell phone on Saturday and about a kilometer from the residence of a 32-year-old Bangladeshi male who had previously been detained by police.
She was found dead from strangulation after an autopsy was performed late Monday night on the island of Rhodes. However, doctors emphasized that the body’s advanced condition of decomposition made scrutiny much more challenging.
Suspect and victim left house together
A recording that Greek police have at their disposal supports a 32-year-old Bangladeshi’s roommate’s statement. According to Greek state television ERT, the video shows that the Polish woman left her home with a suspect.
This advances the investigation into the killing of the 27-year-old Polish woman since the video disproves the theory that the crime took place in a home with Asian immigrants.
According to the latest information, it is safe to conclude that Anastazja was murdered there, according to ERT.
The accused murderer’s Pakistani roommate’s testimony was modified on Wednesday. The man acknowledged that when he got home, he discovered Anastazja and his roommate inside drinking beer. Then, at about 11 pm, he heard them heading off on a motorcycle as a group.
Suspected deleted calls and photos
Additionally, according to police sources cited by the Proto Thema daily website on Thursday, the suspect removed data from the woman’s phone, including images and call history.
Anastazja’s phone had several pieces of information that could have pointed to the killer’s accomplices erased from it the night of the murder, according to police officials who analyzed it.
The victim’s body had been thrown somewhere else, but the phone was discovered in an abandoned building. The SIM card had reportedly been taken out of the phone, according to authorities.
Despite the possibility that information from the cellphone could aid the inquiry, laboratory testing will be used to identify the murderer since, according to police, DNA from the Polish woman’s abuser was discovered under her fingernails.