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Police divers find saw near Denmark submarine route

Avedøre Holme on Køge Bay. Photo: Jens Nørgaard Larsen/Scanpix

Published: 12.Oct.2017 10:30 hrs

Police divers have found a saw close to the route sailed by Peter Madsen's UC3 Nautilus submarine.

Investigations will now confirm whether the saw is connected to the death of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, reports the Ritzau news agency.

Copenhagen Police confirmed in a press statement that the saw was found on Wednesday, close to the route sailed by the vessel on August 11th.

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