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Headless man found in Berlin apartment

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11:35 CET+01:00
Berlin authorities have arrested a suspect after the headless body of a man was found in a Schöneberg district apartment, daily Berliner Morgenpost reported on Monday.

Police found the man in a Rembrandtstraße apartment on Sunday evening, but have not been able to identify the body, the paper reported.

Shortly after the body was discovered, police arrested a 50-year-old suspect. According to other reports from daily Bild, the suspect was found in the apartment building and may be an acquaintance of the building's owner.

The homicide squad's investigation is ongoing.

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