Briton one of three accused of grave robbing
28 January 2005, ALICANTE- A Briton has been accused of robbing corpses in graveyards in Denia, south-east Spain.
28 January 2005
ALICANTE- A Briton has been accused of robbing corpses in graveyards in Denia, south-east Spain.
Peter MacNamara, 34, originally from Amersham, Bucks, was one of three people held after six bodies were exhumed, the British daily The Sun reported.
Sixty-four other graves were vandalised in Denia, near Benidorm.
The three were freed by a judge pending trial.
Spanish police believe the culprits were after jewels — and ruined other graves through spite after only finding crucifixes.
Subject: Spanish news