Woman Was Found Dismembered in Canary Islands, While Husband Remains Missing

Janet Gastón and her husband Marc Francis were reported missing in April

<p>Asociacion Sosdesaparecidos</p> Marc Francis, left, and Laura Gaston

Asociacion Sosdesaparecidos

Marc Francis, left, and Laura Gaston

Three men were arrested after the dismembered remains of a missing Belgian woman were found in Tenerife, part of Spain’s Canary Islands off the coast of West Africa. The woman’s husband is still missing.

Diario De Avisos, Levante and Mirame TV report that 66-year-old Laura Gastón’s body was found after she and her husband, Marc Francis, were reported missing on April 24. The couple, originally from Belgium, lived on Tenerife, the outlets reported.

Gastón’s body was found floating, dismembered with a bag over her head off the coast of the town of Arico, Diario De Avisos reported. The outlet also reported that and autopsy found that her death had been violent.

Mirame reported, citing local authorities, that three men have been arrested in connection with Gastón’s death. Two were arrested in Belgium, while the third was arrested on the island.

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Authorities did not identify the suspects and did not specify what charges they are facing.

A local court ruled that any proceedings on the case would be kept secret.

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