The girlfriend of a British man was shot dead in Colombia, with authorities still trying to find the exact cause of death.
Anna Tinterova, 25, was gunned down near her quiet hotel late on Friday, September 24, in remote Jardin, two hours south of the city of Medellin.
Her body was found by the roadside.
Anna's British boyfriend, also 25, was interviewed by local police.
He has remained in Colombia to assist the investigation
Local reports have named him, but police have not confirmed the 25-year-old's identity.
He is not suspected of any wrongdoing.
Cops didn't rule out the possibility Anna was shot in a robbery gone wrong.
Early reports suggest she was wounded by a stabbing before being fatally shot by the assailant.
Anna was reportedly killed at around 7.30pm local time next to the roadside spot where her body was later discovered.
The site is a few minutes away from the town centre of nearby Jardin, in the south of the Antioquia region in the north of Colombia.
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The Prague-born woman was a graduate of the Third Faculty of Medicine of Charles University, an English-language medical school in the Czech capital.
According to her Facebook profile, she finished her degree at the renowned school in 2020 after five years' studying.
Anna's mysterious death is far from the first tragic demise of a Brit or Brit's partner abroad in recent years.
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Scot Andy Kerr was killed in a diving accident in Portugal last Spring, with friends raising money to repatriate his body.
The Paisley lad was remembered by girlfriend Karolina as "the love of my life, best friend, my rock".
Danielle Brooks, 23, also died while on holiday in Europe in May of this year.
She tragically took her own life after three years living in Spanish holiday resort Magaluf.
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Her Dad Fin tried to bring her body home but faced difficulties because Daniella had tested positive for Covid months before her death.
Authorities in Spain feared there could be a risk of contamination in transporting Danielle, with the Crewe-born girl ultimately cremated in Magaluf.
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