Body Parts Of Slain Teen Found In Brazil

In this undated image taken from the cellular phone of Mohamed D'Ali Carvalho Santos and released by the Goias state police on Friday Aug. 1, 2008, shows Santos with 17-year-old Cara Marie Burke inside an aircraft at an unknown location.
AP Photo/Goias State Police
Brazilian authorities say they have recovered numerous body parts of a dismembered British teen beside a remote river near the central city of Goiania.

A laborer walking in the area found a leg belonging to 17-year-old Cara Marie Burke on Sunday, a week after her torso was discovered in a suitcase near a different river. Police searching in the same area Monday found her forearms and head.

Inspector Carlos Raimundo Batista says he is confident the body parts are Burke's.

Police say Mohammed D'Ali Carvalho dos Santos, 20, confessed he dumped Burke's head and limbs into the river.

Last week, Santos said he does not remember what happened the night she died because he was too high on cocaine.

In an interview from his jail cell with The Associated Press, Santos said: "I don't remember much, I had used too much drugs."

Santos did not say whether he killed her during the brief interview. Police say Santos has already admitted to killing Burke because she threatened to tell the suspect's parents he was a drug dealer and addicted to cocaine.

Authourities said Friday they are looking for another suspect who helped Santos get rid of Burke's head and other body parts.