The police found the body of Grzegorz Borys, a soldier suspected of murdering his six-year-old son. The manhunt for the 44-year-old in the forests near Gdynia has been going on for over two weeks. He is wanted on an arrest warrant, Interpol has issued a red notice for him.
On Friday, November 3, the police announced that the services were narrowing the search area to the wetlands around the Lepusz reservoir in Gdynia. On Monday, it was reported that a body had been found. A body was found where Grzegorz Borys was searched. The police have not yet confirmed whether it is the body of the wanted person.
Information about murder of a six-year-old at ul. Górnicza in Gdynia, the police received on Friday, October 20, around 10. The body was found by the mother, the child had cuts to the neck. On the same day at 13. The Provincial Police Headquarters in Gdańsk published the image and data of the boy’s father, 44-year-old Grzegorz Borys, wanted in this case. A manhunt began for the man – policemen lined the roads and checked cars.
On Monday (October 30), policemen with dogs, firefighters and divers appeared in the wetlands and near the lake located near the Tri-City bypass. On the other side of the artery there is a housing estate where Grzegorz Borys allegedly murdered his son. The wetlands and the water reservoir begin with vast green areas that have been combed by officers for two weeks.
On Tuesday (October 31), the police confirmed the information that officers found a backpack near Mary’s Spring at one of the water reservoirs on Monday. However, it has not yet been announced whether it belonged to the wanted person. According to unofficial information provided by Wirtualna Polska, there was supposed to be cash inside the backpack.
The police manhunt in Gdynia and the surrounding forests lasted 14 days. Tragic accident involving a firefighter
More than a thousand officers were involved in the field search operation – policemen, firefighters, soldiers, forest guards and search groups. Tracking dogs also took part in the activities. A Bell police helicopter was also used. A military helicopter also took part in the operation.
The activities were focused on the Tricity Landscape Park. The search covered an increasingly larger area – forests in Gdynia and around the Tricity were combed. In its daily alerts, the Government Security Center appealed not to enter the forest between the Gdynia districts of Karwiny and Chwarzno. This temporary ban was related to the search in a specific location.
On Wednesday (November 1), during the search, a tragic accident occurred involving a firefighter-diver who was pulled unconscious from a water tank at Lipowa and Źródło Marii streets in Gdynia and transported to a Gdynia hospital. Unfortunately, the man could not be saved. The prosecutor’s office initiated an investigation into this case.
Murder of a six-year-old in Gdynia
Police about the murder of a six-year-old at ul. Górnicza in Gdynia was alerted on Friday around 10. The child’s body was found by his mother. The boy had cuts to his neck. There was also a dead dog in the apartment.
After hours 13. The Provincial Police Headquarters in Gdańsk revealed on its social media channels the image and details of the man wanted in this case – the boy’s father, 44-year-old Grzegorz B. A police manhunt was launched.
The prosecutor’s office issued a decision to charge the man with an offense under Art. 148 pairs 2 point 1 of the Penal Code, i.e. murder with particular cruelty. The court issued an arrest warrant for the man. Grzegorz B. was wanted on an arrest warrant as a suspect throughout the country. Interpol issued a red notice for Grzegorz Borys. A photo of the wanted person along with information about him appeared on the website of an international police organization.
On Saturday evening, an autopsy was performed on the child, which confirmed that he died as a result of cuts to the neck.
– According to the expert’s preliminary findings, the cause of the child’s death was hemorrhagic shock, coexisting with cerebral hypoxia, as a result of massive hemorrhage from damaged large blood vessels within the extensive neck wound, said Grażyna Wawryniuk, spokeswoman for the District Prosecutor’s Office in Gdańsk.
Main photo source: PAP/Adam Warżawa