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Oct 9, 2017
Swedish police say they will reopen old murder cases in an area near Copenhagen in the wake of the killing of Swedish journalist Kim Wall aboard a submarine.
Swedish broadcaster TV4 reported Monday that the southern region of Skane has around 120 unsolved killings.
Next month, DNA databases from Sweden and Denmark will be joined up, with Madsen's DNA expected to be tested against unsolved killings.
The divers found a second arm bogged down by weights in Koge Bay off Copenhagen, akin to how they discovered Wall’s left arm last week, ABC News reported.
"We therefore assume that the arm is connected to the submarine case," Copenhagen police chief investigator Jens Møller Jensen said in a statement.
Divers discovered Wall’s left arm on Nov. 21 in the same area near Koge Bay in Copenhagen.