The resort African state of Mozambique investigate the murder of a young Australian Ellie Warren. Before the death of the girl, according to one version, was subjected to sexual abuse.

20-year-old resident of Mordialloc (a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria) Ellie Warren was found dead on the beach near the Motel Wuyani Pariango Beach in the resort of Tofo, reports The Huffington Post. According to some reports, the girl’s body was found by fishermen in the toilet in the local market. A tourist was going to spend at the Motel just two nights, but after a few days to return to Australia. Warren went missing after attending a beach party on 9 November.

The circumstances of the death of a foreigner is not yet known. The police claim that Ellie died suddenly, and her body had no signs of beatings or strangulation. However, relatives of Warren citing her friends say that Ellie was raped and murdered.

The past three months, Warren traveled to Mozambique with a group of divers. Active rest girl combined with volunteer work: she taught swimming for local children.

On the death of Warren wrote in the social network Facebook, her father named Paul. This information was confirmed by a boyfriend Ellie – Sunroof Timpani.

Before you travel to Mozambique Ellie was doubt, writes The Daily Mail. “It’s dangerous, dad. I don’t know if I should go there,” said the girl to her father.

From Tofo Ellie’s body was to be transported to a distance of 500 km to the capital of Mozambique, Maputo for autopsy.

Press compares the death of Warren with the mysterious death of 21-year-old Australian Britt Lapthorn. Her body was caught by fishermen in 2008 from the waters off the coast of Croatia, near Dubrovnik. Over the years, failed to find evidence of violent death of the girl, although her parents believe that the daughter was murdered, writes The Age. They also claim that the Croatian police did not show zeal in the investigation of this crime.



In Mozambique killed 20-year-old Australian tourist-diver: maybe she was raped and killed 14.11.2016

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