Danish police have found the head of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who was last seen alive in August on an amateur-built Danish submarine.
The head, legs and clothes belonging to Wall were found on Friday by divers in the Bay of Koge, Jens Moller Jensen of the Copenhagen police, who is leading the investigation, told reporters.
Dental records helped police confirm the head was Wall's, he added.
A search was ongoing for the arms that were still missing.
The owner of the submarine, Peter Madsen, is in pre-trial detention on suspicion of Wall's murder.
Wall, 30, was last seen on the evening of August 10 on the submarine belonging to Madsen, leaving Copenhagen harbour.