The Vatican made its most recent endeavor on Saturday to disentangle the puzzle of the vanishing of a high school Italian young lady 36 years back.

The primary endeavor on 11 July uncovered two tombs a tip-off had said may contain Emanuela Orlandi’s remaining parts.

Be that as it may, it just developed the puzzle as even the bones of two princesses thought to be there were missing.

Specialists on Saturday inspected two ossuaries – little chambers where dead are covered – found in the principal search.

Bones were uncovered from the ossuaries and dissected at the site. Investigation of the bones would proceed next Saturday, the Vatican said.

Ms Orlandi’s family trusts the pursuit at the Vatican’s Pontifical Teutonic College holds the way to a puzzle that has grasped Italy since 1983.


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