Danish police say the head, legs and clothes of a Swedish journalist who was killed after meeting with a Danish inventor were found by divers in Koge Bay on Friday. The body parts of Kim Wall were discovered along with a knife and clothing in plastic bags weighted down by “heavy metal pieces,” police said Saturday. There were no fractures to Wall’s skull, according to Copenhagen police investigator Jens Moeller Jensen. The discovery comes after Wall’s headless torso was found in waters off Copenhagen in August. Peter Madsen, the Danish inventor accused of Wall’s murder, remains in pre-trial detention in the case. Madsen has claimed Wall’s death was an accident and he buried her at sea, though investigators say the 30-year-old journalist’s body had more than a dozen stab wounds. Police also say videos of women being tortured, burned, and decapitated were found on a computer hard drive belonging to Madsen. A cause of death has yet to be determined.