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Woman found dead near car believed to be missing Annie (Updated)

Annie Constantinou

A woman found dead beside her car at the bottom of a 60-metre drop on the Troodos Karvounas road is believed to be missing Annie Constantinou.

Constantinou, 46, was reported missing on February 23 from her house in Makedonitissa, Nicosia. A formal identification has yet to be made. A post mortem will be carried out to establish the exact cause of death.

The head of Limassol CID Ioannis Soteriades told the Cyprus News Agency that the car was spotted in the morning by a motorist who informed the police. When officers went down the cliff, Soteriades said, they found the dead body of a woman “who looked like the 47-year-old missing Annie Constantinou”.

“The car is the one she was driving the day she disappeared,” Soteriades said.

State pathologist Nicolas Charalambous investigated the scene.

Ever since Constantinou was reported as missing, Soteriades said, police had organised several search and rescue missions to locate her, mainly in the Nicosia district.

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