An Australian killed a thief and hid his body in his house for 15 years. According to information Abc australia, Bruce roberts It would still have used more than 70 flavored sprays to cover up the bad odor of the rotting body.
Sydney resident shot dead according to forensic investigation Shane Snellman When he tried to steal it in 2002 and kept the body in his house. According to the publication, Bruce died in 2017 of natural causes, although the thief’s body was found a year later in the house among a pile of garbage.
Roberts died of natural causes in 2017, but Snellman’s remains were not discovered until a year later, amid a pile of rubbish, accused by scavengers of handling dirt from his residence. At that time, he was fully dressed, sitting, folded to the left. The thief had a bullet wound to the collarbone and neck. The remains of the murdered man were identified through tattoos, DNA and fingerprints from his career as a criminal.
Roberts’ family, described by his family as highly accumulative, “lonely and socially awkward”, hid Shane’s body in a room for a decade and a half.
The case came to light last week when Shane Snellman’s relatives were present in Lidcombe Court to conclude what had happened.