Saw found in Den­mark could be tied to sub­ma­rine case:

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Dan­ish po­lice said that divers have re­cov­ered a saw from the sea off Copen­hagen and that foren­sic in­ves­ti­ga­tors are de­ter­min­ing whether it was used to dis­mem­ber the body of a Swedish jour­nal­ist, Kim Wall. Wall’s torso washed ashore in Copen­hagen on Aug. 21, and her de­cap­i­tated head, legs and clothes were found at sea last week. She was last seen on a home­made sub­ma­rine with in­ven­tor Peter Madsen, who is be­ing held in cus­tody.

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