Swedish Woman Died in Kuta Accommodation

Swedish Woman Died in Kuta Accommodation

Swedish Woman Died in Kuta Accommodation

Swedish Woman Died in Kuta Accommodation – A tourist from Sweden, Pia Monica (74), was found dead in her lodging room Kuta. 


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A tourist from Sweden, Pia Monica (74), was found dead in her lodging room on Jalan Padma Utara, Gang Adi, Kuta Village, Kuta District, Badung on Wednesday (11/27) night.

MANGUPURA – Initial allegations, the tourist is dying because of a stroke she suffered. Head of the Criminal Resort Unit Kuta Sector Police Iptu I Putu Prabawa the discovery of the body of Swedish citizen originated from the suspicion of the lodging employee. When passing in front of the room occupied by the victim, the smell of rotten smell. On that matter, the witness knocked on the door, however, the victim did not answer.

Then, the witness and together with several employees immediately forced open the room door. “Besides the foul smell, the suspicion of the lodging’s employees, because the victim had never been seen out of the room in a few days. So they check her existence by forcefully opening the door”, he explained, Thursday (11/28) afternoon.

Swedish Woman Died in Kuta Accommodation

Pia Monica (74) tourist from Sweden.

When examined, the witness found the victim was lying on the bed. The victim’s condition was lifeless and her body had turned blue and gave off a pungent odor. The findings were reported to the Kuta Sector Police for in-depth examination. “After the report, our team immediately checked the location. Including also forwarding it to the Forensic Laboratory (Labfor) and Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) Badung for crime scene and evacuation to the Sanglah Provincial General Hospital (RSUP) for the post mortem”, said the former Head of the Criminal Resort Unit (Kanit Reskrim) of North Kuta Sector Police.

From the witness’s examination, that the victim had not been seen out of her room for two days. In addition, the victim’s condition had been sick and has a history of stroke. Therefor, the initial suspicion was due to the complications of the illness suffered by the victim. However, it is currently still waiting for the results of the post mortem from the Sanglah Province General Hospital. “If the initial suspicion is due to illness. This is reinforced by the results of the crime scene that did not find any signs of violence on victim”, he concluded.

 

Swedish Woman Died in Kuta Accommodation

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