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USA UK and Malta News
31/07/2008 - 20:18

UK Breaking News 31 july 2008

The dismembered body of a 17-year-old British girl has been found in a suitcase in Brazil, sources have said.



Body of girl, 17, found in suitcase

The dismembered body of a 17-year-old British girl has been found in a suitcase in Brazil, sources have said.

She was named as Cara Maria Burke.

The Foreign Office said in a statement: "We can confirm the death of a British national in Goiania in Brazil. The body was discovered early on Tuesday. Next of kin have been informed and we are providing consular assistance to the family."

A spokesman was unable to confirm reports that the body was found in a suitcase, but said Brazilian police had launched a murder investigation.

According to Goias state police, officers made the discovery in the state capital of Goiania.

A spokeswoman said police have arrested Cara's boyfriend, Dioli Mohammed, a British citizen of Turkish descent.

The couple arrived in Brazil on tourist visas about three months ago.

The chief of police in Goias, Jose Maria da Silva, told Sky News the body parts were identified by a distinguishing tattoo. Police then searched for her boyfriend, he said.

"He confessed (to) the crime," he said. "He did not show any regret."

Mr da Silva said Cara was murdered on Sunday night.

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