The human remains found by the prosecutors in a forest near Caracal belong to a girl aged 15 to 19, other than Alexandra Măceşanu, DIICOT has announced on Wednesday. This means the second victim of Gheorghe Dincă is thus confirmed.
“Mina Minovici” National Institute of Forensic Medicine has concluded the report of the anthropological forensic expertise conducted on the bone fragments found in the woods near Gheorghe Dincă’s house in Caracal. He would have told investigators they are the remains of Luiza Melencu, the 18-year-old girl from Caracal who has been reported missing since April and has been allegedly killed by Dincă.
“The analysis of the preliminary anthropological forensic expertise shows the bone fragments belong to a female aged from 15 to 19 and are different from the bone remains found in the defendant’s house following searched carried out on July 27,” a DIICOT press release informs.
Investigators practically confirm there is a second victim of Gheorghe Dincă, considering that they had previously announced the bone fragments found in Dincă’s courtyard contain Alexandra Măceşanu’s DNA.
Meanwhile, searches were under way at Dincă’s today as well, with investigators using special ground-scanning equipment to look for evidence that might hide in the concreted pits discovered in Dinca’s courtyard. An excavator has been also brought on the scene.
Judiciary sources revealed that the scanner detected certain anomalies at ground level in Dinca’s courtyard. Investigators were about to dig the suspect locations.
At the same time, Olt Tribunal has ruled to extend the preventive arrest warrant against Gheorghe Dincă by 30 more days, until September 24.
Moreover, new revealings proving Gheorghe Dincă’s devious conduct are coming to surface. A 49-year-old woman filed a complaint against Dincă at the Olt Police Inspectorate on Tuesday, accusing him of raping and beating her.
Gheorghe Dincă confessed to murdering 15yo Alexandra Măceşanu and 18yo Luiza Melencu and that he burnt their bodies.