Danish police find head and legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

Kim Wall's headless body washed up in Copenhagen

"It is from an exploratory angle, but definitely also from an ethical angle, so that the relatives of Kim Wall can get a whole human being once she is to be buried", Møller Jensen said reports Danish newspaper Politiken.

Danish divers found the head, legs and clothes Swedish journalist Kim Vallee, who died under mysterious circumstances on the submarine inventor Peter Madsen.

Ms Wall died after going on a trip with Danish inventor Peter Madsen aboard his homemade submarine UC3 Nautilus on August 10.

Her mutilated body was found on August 21, 2017.

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DNA tests from Madsen's nails, face and neck showed a clear match with Wall's, Buch-Jepsen said, though the exact cause of death remained unknown.

Torture videos were also found on a computer on Madsen's submarine.

Madsen is accused of murdering Ms Wall within 24 hours of her boarding the submarine, but Madsen has called her death an accident.

Photo Peter Madsen, right, after landing in Dragor Harbor south of Copenhagen in August.

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For the prosecution, it is no doubt that the inventor has killed Kim Wall to fulfill a sexual fantasy before killing her and dismembering.

After throwing her body parts overboard he deliberately sank the vessel and claimed he had meant to stay on board. He slipped and lost his grip on the hatch, which then hit her on the head, he said.

He said the police would continue to search for her arms.

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But the group became engaged in a long-running dispute over the Nautilus, before members of the board made a decision to transfer the vessel's ownership to Madsen, according to the sub's website.

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