On Monday, a lifeless body was found in a building in Boussu. The autopsy reveals several elements that allow us to confirm that the victim did not end up in this building alone.
It was a terrible discovery made by the new owner of a building located on rue François Dorzée, in Boussu, on Monday afternoon. While on his way to this barely acquired old farmhouse, he came across the body of a dead man.
The man was found with a shattered skull. A safe was on him. This Friday, the Mons prosecutor’s office reveals the results of the autopsy. We learn that the death is indeed due to the fall of the safe.
However, the police did not find any trace of the disk grinder that was used to remove the safe. “The victim had to be accompanied since there is no trace of the disk grinder which was used to unseal the safe when it is impossible to do that alone”, concludes the prosecution.
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The body of a man, the skull shattered, discovered in a house in Boussu
This Monday afternoon, the new owner of a house who was going there to carry out work, rue François Dorzée, discovered the body of a man. This one had his skull smashed, report our colleagues from the DH.
A few days ago, the new owner of a farmhouse located in rue François Dorzée in Boussu received the keys to it, the deed of sale completed. This Monday, the new buyer went on site, accompanied by a worker, to assess the work to be done.