Published On: Sat, Oct 19th, 2013

Fely Bautista identified as dismembered body found in Philippines

The dismembered torso and limbs of a woman found on the side of the road in Quezon City Saturday morning, reportedly just ten hours after she was abducted has been identified, police said.

Fely Bautista, around 50 years old, was identified by her nephew who recognized the ring on one of her fingers and the dress she was wearing. He told investigators that he did not know of anyone who wanted his aunt dead.

Police said the victim’s head was still missing and were pursuing leads on the white van and “unidentified” men who abducted Bautista.

Bautista lived alone as  caretaker of a property owned by a Wilfredo Sumulong Torres, Caculba reported Ferara as saying.

Street sweepers discovered the woman’s body parts around 5 a.m Saturday. Bautista’s torso, which had a dress on, was first to be found, wrapped in plastic and  stuffed inside a rice sack. The arms and legs were stashed inside a rice sack five meters away, police added.

The victim’s nephew said he had been searching for his aunt after hearing from neighbors that she was abducted the previous night by two men who then shoved her inside their white van.



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