Police in Denmark have found the head and legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall who was killed under mysterious circumstances after going on a trip with a Danish inventor on his homemade submarine in Copenhagen.
Ms Wall, 30, was last seen alive on the evening of 10 August as she departed with Mr Madsen on his self-built 40-tonne submarine, UC3 Nautilus, for a story she was writing about his venture.
Wall's headless torso washed up on August 21 on an island near Copenhagen, and investigators were able to match blood in the submarine and torso.
The bags were found on Friday near where her naked torso was found on 22 August, near the coast of Copenhagen. The autopsy showed knife wounds to her genitals and chest, which were caused "during or shortly after her death". Police inspector Jens Moller said there was another bag containing her clothes.
Madsen however insisted the hard drive did not belong to him.
Earlier this week, prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen told a court custody hearing that a hard disk found in Madsen's workshop contained fetish films in which real women were tortured, decapitated, and burned.
Madsen is blamed for murdering Wall. Officials said her head, arms and legs had been deliberately cut off after her death. She was last seen alive on August 10 aboard the 40-ton, almost 18-meter (60-foot) long submarine as it left Copenhagen.
She worked as an editorial intern and reporter in Hong Kong for the South China Morning Post from June to September, 2013, covering news about China for the national desk.