Man 'murdered his mum and left chopped up remains in IKEA bags dumped around city'

Eduardo Chiarolanza, 47, reportedly admitted killing Eleonora Di Vicino, 85, in Naples and scattering her dismembered body across the city. He had lived with her at the time of her death

Eduardo Chiarolanza, 47, is said to have killed his mother

A man has reportedly confessed to murdering his mother and scattering her dismembered body across town – in IKEA bags.

Eduardo Chiarolanza, 47, reportedly admitted killing Eleonora Di Vicino, 85, in Naples, according to local media.

The elderly woman had previously been reported missing after an acquaintance of her and her sister raised concerns with the police towards the end of August, according to investigators.

Police later found a grocery bag containing human remains before identifying their suspect.

After an investigation, officials found that her prime suspect was the older woman’s son – Eduardo Chiarolanza.

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Friends and family told police that Chiarolanza had suffered problems since she was unemployed a few years ago

At that time he lived with his mother.

Friends and family reportedly told police that he had suffered problems since he was unemployed a few years ago.

After initially denying everything, Chiarolanza is said to have confessed on September 10th that he actually killed his mother and then disposed of her body.

He was arrested by the police, reports the Italian newspaper Voce di Napoli.

The officers found blood in the apartment that Chiarolanza shared with his mother.

It is believed to be the location of the alleged murder.

They are currently working to find out when exactly Chiarolanza murdered and dismembered his mother.

Police continue to try to find the other parts of the victim’s body, which have also been placed in shopping bags and reportedly thrown away.

They’ll use sniffer dogs around town to find the missing bags.

The first body parts discovered in a blue IKEA bag that police believe were thrown away last week at the latest.

The investigations are still ongoing.

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