A police officer guards the entrance of the Apostolic Nunciature, the Vatican's embassy to Italy, in Rome, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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The Vatican has opened its archives to detectives hunting for clues to the identity of a skeleton discovered in its embassy in Rome, as another potential murder victim emerged Friday. Italian police have begun interviewing those who have served as custodians of the site down the years, after builders restoring a floor in the janitor's lodge uncovered human remains earlier this week.Friday rumors spread that the body in Villa Giorgina could be the wife of a custodian who lived there in the '60s.The pelvis and skull are small, but a first examination of the jaw bone suggests the victim had wisdom teeth, leading investigators to believe the remains are female but not a child, media reported.Giuseppe Scimone, who died some 12 years ago, lived down the road from the embassy and was allied with gangster Enrico De Pedis.
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