Another woman found dead in Bratislava

Police say there is no connection with the murder of an English teacher.

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Only 10 days after the murder of Viola M. in Bratislava, the body of a 28-year-old woman has been discovered in the capital.

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The woman died despite rescuers’ efforts to save her. A doctor has ruled out murder, the police said.

"I can unequivocally confirm there is no link between this case and the case that was documented in the same area on November 11," Bratislava Regional Police Department head Adrian Pavlík said, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

No serial killer

There is no evidence to suggest a serial killer might be operating in Bratislava, Pavlík added. He assured the public that they will deal with both cases with the utmost responsibility.

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