Crime investigators found the body of a murder victim at the Orlický reservoir near the Czech castle Zvíkov it was revealed on Tuesday. The victim was found at the beginning of the month, when the police were investigating another murder. The body was bound by a chain attached to a heavier item and is believed to have been in the water for at least two years; the man is believed to have been between the age of 32 and 42.The police are asking anyone with possible knowledge for help. In the past, investigators found a number of bodies at the reservoir. The most infamous series of murders dates back to the early 1990s, when the bodies of three businessmen were thrown into the basin. Two had been dismembered and stuffed into barrels topped with lye.
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