Man buried alive for 4 days RESCUED after police hear his muffled cries (video)

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A 62-year-old man who had been buried alive for four days was rescued after officers heard his muffled cries for help coming from underground.

How He Was Found

Police found the man as they were investigating after a 74-year-old woman was found dead by in her own home by a relative on Monday.

Police arrested a suspect in her death and, as they searched his home in the same village, heard cries for help from nearby.

They started digging and found the entrance to a makeshift grave where an 18-year-old man had locked up the elderly man.

Footage released on Wednesday shows the man being pulled out. He was conscious and had a neck wound. 

Both the victim and teen were not named in local media.

The suspect was reportedly found in his own home in a state of intoxication. He is understood to have given ‘confusing’ and ‘inconsistent’ statement during police questioning.

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Why He Was Locked-up

The man told police he and the teenager had been drinking alcohol together on Saturday when they started to argue.

The suspect then allegedly attacked him with a knife before locking him in the makeshift basement, burying him alive and covering the entrance with soil.

Officers believe the teenager murdered the elderly woman the following day, either on Sunday night or in the early hours of Monday.

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