The couple admitted that they consumed human flesh. In his home there were pieces of his most recent victim.
The Krasnodar police in Russia searched the house of the cannibal couple and found human remains that had been kept in the refrigerator for personal use.
Dimitri and Natalia Baksheiev kept seven packages of remains that look like humans in their refrigerator and 19 fragments of dead skin, the site reported.
It is believed that the couple began with their macabre rarities in 1999 but they were only made known after the disappearance of a woman whose belongings were still in the rooms of the Air Force that occupied the Baksheiev.
The first clue to the case was revealed on September 11, when authorities found a cell phone containing photos of the man with body parts of a dismembered woman.
Dimitri and Natalia Baksheiev, aged 35 and 42 respectively, were arrested after a woman's remains were found in her home. They believe that the crimes began in 1999.
The couple, according to Mir24, admitted that human parts found in the refrigerator of his apartment were intended for consumption. The Russian magazine Life identified the couple as Dimitri and Natalia Baksheiev, aged 35 and 42, respectively. He is a worker and she is a nurse. Both live in the guest house of the Higher Institute of Military Aeronautics in Krasnodar. It is believed that the couple began their crimes in 1999. The man was arrested in early September, after the remains of a woman were found in the military unit. In addition, a bucket with parts of the body of the same victim was found, as well as a bag of it.
A cell phone was later found on a street in the city of Krasnodar. In the images a man - apparently the suspect - was portrayed posing with the remains of the body of a dismembered woman. The suspect, after being arrested by the police, denied at first having killed the woman, claiming that he had found only his remains, had taken a selfie and then lost his phone. The police did not confirm the versions published in the Russian press that he blames the couple for about 30 crimes, limiting themselves to reporting that they are only responsible for two murders.