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Kyparissia: Body found inside a wall may belong to missing Romanian woman

The body of a woman was found behind the wall of a house in Kyparissia, south Peloponnese. There are reportedly strong indications the body belongs to 42-year-old Monika Gius, a Romanian national, missing since the beginning of the year.

According to state broadcaster ERT, the owners of the house noticed different color of cement on one of the walls and became curious.  They dug and were shocked to find the body.

The partner of 42-year-old Monica Gius was staying in the house in question some time ago, before he left for Romania some time after the woman went missing.

Based on the above fact, there are strong indications that the body belongs to the 42-year-old who lived in Kyparissia for 20 years and has been missing since last February.

Monika Gius was working as cleaner and seniors carer but was with job and with health problems before she went missing. Her relatives realized her disappearance some four months later and sought the assistance of a Greek popular TV magazine for “Missing People.” The mother of 3 was victim of domestic violence by both her ex husband and her Romanian partner, relatives told Fos Sto Tounnel. Also the partner spoke to FST in July claiming that Monika was “alive and kicking.” He offered assistance to trace her.

The area has been secured by police officers of Kyparissia police station and a medical examiner was due to arrive, ERT reported on Wednesday morning.

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