Alleged 'Warsaw beheader' lands in Poland
PR dla Zagranicy
Kajetan P., the main suspect of a brutal murder where a woman was beheaded in a Warsaw flat, on Friday arrived by military plane from the island of Malta, where he had fled.
Kajetan P. on the military plane which brought him back to Poland. Photo: Policja.pl
The 27-year-old former librarian will be questioned by Polish investigators on Saturday. He was flown to Poland on Friday evening following an arrest on Malta.
Przemysław Nowak, a spokesman for the Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw, earlier said he was pleased at the rapid decision by the Maltese court to extradite the Pole.
"We are pleasantly surprised by the speed of events – a speed that is unheard of in other European countries, including in Poland,” Nowak said.
Firefighters were called to a flat in Warsaw's Żoliborz district earlier this month after a blaze there.
They found the headless body of a young woman in a sack. A head was later found in a backpack in the same apartment. Officers have suggested the blaze was a failed attempt to cover the murderer's tracks. (rg)