The Vice President of Copenhagen's police force confirmed at a press conference on Wednesday that a headless torso, which was found washed up in the Danish capital, was positively identified as Swedish reporter Kim Wall. Jens Moller Jensen said that the mutilated body's DNA matched samples taken from Wall's toothbrush and hairbrush. «We now have a DNA match between Kim Wall and the torso found... Еще. Naturally, the DNA match is a relatively large break through in the investigation which will now continue until we have built up all possible information in the case,» Moller said. Further testing revealed that blood found on a homemade submarine belonging to Peter Madsen, a Danish inventor, also matched Wall's DNA samples. Madsen faces manslaughter charges, a charge which he denies, after telling a court hearing that Wall was killed accidentally on his homemade vessel and he had attempted to 'bury her at sea.'