Martedì, 16 Ottobre 2018

Couple in suspected murder-suicide had been served eviction


Milan, May 27 - A couple found dead Monday in a
suspected murder-suicide near Milan were suffering from
desperate economic conditions and had been recently served an
eviction notice, police said.
A worker contracted for repairs by the evicting landlord
found the bodies when he entered through the unlocked front door
with a sign written "the door is open".
The 52-year-old man was found hanged and the woman, who had
been strangled, was on the bed.
Police said they found a note apparently written by the
husband asking for the two to be cremated and for their dog to
be taken care of.
The couple did not have children and police said that the
man had problems with alcohol, while the woman suffered from
mental health issues.
Recent studies have pointed to Italy's longest recession on
record as driving a rising number of suicides in the country.
A triple suicide in the Marche region in May was one of the
most dramatic recent effects of the grim economic times.

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