Nun leaves suitcase with dead friend’s bones on Santiago street

Nun leaves suitcase with dead friend’s bones on Santiago street
Nun leaves suitcase with dead friend’s bones on Santiago street

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - The suitcase of bones was found on Monday, sparking panic in a city increasingly concerned about violent crime. Picture for illustration purposes only. — Unsplash pic

SANTIAGO, April 11 — Chilean police are investigating after a nun, 80, left a suitcase containing the remains of a friend who had been dead for a year on a Santiago street.

The suitcase of bones was found on Monday, sparking panic in a city increasingly concerned about violent crime. The nun was later identified from video footage of her, wearing a habit, at the scene.

The woman told police that she and her friend, a fellow nun who died at age 58, had entered into a pact to stay together even after death took one of them.

“There was a pact. The person died a year ago and the other has kept her in a suitcase ever since due to the affection she had” for her friend, police official Juan Fonseca told reporters yesterday.

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The younger nun had apparently died of illness, and police do not suspect foul play.

A recycler had picked up the suitcase but put it back after smelling a bad odor.

The nun has not been arrested but risks a sanction under public health regulations for not notifying authorities of her friend’s death so she could be buried or cremated.

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Chilean media said the women did not belong to a formal religious order but had taken private vows. — AFP

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