Woman’s body found in Manila Bay

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MANILA, Philippines—A woman’s body was found dead floating in Manila Bay, police said Wednesday.

Senior Police Officer 1 Jay Santos of Manila Police District-Homicide Division, said the still unidentified woman was found in the waters near Baywalk area on Roxas Boulevard in Ermita, Manila around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Santos described the victim to be around 35 to 40 years old, 5’2″ in height, wearing a maroon T-shirt and pink short pants, and with a shoes on.

Witnesses claimed that the woman was last seen alive on Monday in the area.

Police were investigating the case.

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  • marienkind

    Nice file photo. If it were any older, we’d be calling it Dewey Boulevard.

  • i_am_filipino

    So if you wish to smell fresh air along manila bay with floating dead decaying rotten bodies of human and animals why not, it does not affect the food that you eat nearby.

  • hennagaijin

    Not good news for Ermita

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