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It is known parts of a female body were found on 12 September on land linked to a military academy at 135 Dzerzhinskogo Street, Krasnodar in a cellar. Another bag was filled with the dead woman's possessions.Around the same time at Repina Street, workers have found a mobile phone with photographs of a man taking a selfie with parts of a human body.He was in his teens when his mother Svetlana died of cancer - and his adoptive father threw him out of the family home even though he was underage.Some reports say Natalia took him in and married him when he was 18.State investigators are seeking to verify the claims about dozens of victims of the sinister pair from Krasnodar who were detained after seven bags of body parts were found in their fridge and freezer.At least one jar with pickled human remains, and 19 slices of skin were also discovered in the macabre flat.Others say that she had other partners and the pair did not wed until four years ago.His father - who was not named - said: 'Before moving out of our flat he set fire to his room.'He said: 'He was convicted four times for stealing things.'He took loans and gave my name as a trustee.'I had to switch off my phone because banks kept calling me.'I had tried to help him, I found jobs for him several times but what could I do?
Another picture has been reported as showing a human head on a plate surrounded by oranges.It is believed she was killed in a forest nearby and her dismembered remains were carried to his home by Baksheev in a backpack.Both suspects have been detained pending further investigations.Road worker Roman Khomyakov found Baksheev's Samsung mobile phone and noticed the hideous photographs.'We were working near Gastello street, putting asphalt on the road, when I found the phone,' he said.'I opened the photo album and looked only at two pictures.'At first I did not even understand what was there, it looked like a head and a hand.I thought pictures were real.'Baksheev came looking for the phone.'The man looked homeless.