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A Portuguese sound technician working in film is thought to have met a violent death at his Mozambican home.
The 40-year-old Portuguese man was found dead in his house in Maputo exhibiting signs of violence, the Portuguese consul-general in the Mozambican capital told Lusa on Friday.
Alexandre Pamplona had been last been seen on Sunday, May 12. His body was found on Wednesday in his house in the Triunfo neighbourhood, manifesting what are thought to be stab wounds.
The Portuguese man, who lived alone, was a sound technicians working in film. His last job had been a shoot for the World Food Program following Cyclone Idai passage through the Beira city area of central Mozambique.
“His friends and co-workers alerted the consulate last Thursday, and we have been in contact with them, the victim’s family and the Mozambican police authorities,” (who will investigate the case), Frederico Silva, the Portuguese consul-general in Maputo, told Lusa.
The evidence did indeed point to “a violent death,” he concluded.Source: Lusa