Human ARM is found inside enormous 12-foot alligator as it is captured and cut open hours after dragging a woman into Florida lake as she walked her dogs

Saturday, June 9, 2018
By Paul Martin

Shizuka Matsuki, 47, was dragged into the water at Silver Lakes Rotary Nature Park in Davie, Florida, at 9.45am
A witness called 911 after seeing her being pulled into the water as her dogs watched
The animals were found by the water’s edge with a leash on afterwards but there is no sign of the woman
An enormous alligator was filmed from above swimming in the water afterwards
One of the dogs was bitten and now they won’t leave the water’s edge, say police
Trappers captured the alligator and found a human arm inside it afterwards
Divers are now looking for Matsuki in the waters of the pond

9 June 2018

An arm has been found inside the body of an alligator which is believed to have dragged a woman to her death this morning while she was out walking her dogs.

Park rangers eventually captured the enormous alligator at Silver Lakes Rotary Park in Davie, Florida, on Friday afternoon after spending hours searching for it in the large pond.

When they cut it open, they discovered a human arm. They were called to the scene at 9.45am amid reports that Shizuka Matsuki, 47, had been dragged in to the water.

She was out walking her dogs, one of which was found by the side of the water with a large, fresh wound on its coat when authorities arrived.

Before divers could go into the water to look for the woman – who remains missing – they had to capture the beastly reptile which was filmed swimming ominously through the dark water not long after the alarm was raised.

Locals say the reptiles are known to frequent the water and that they know not to let their dogs off the leash there because of it.

The alarm was raised at 9.45am when a man called 911 claiming to have seen the woman be taken into the water.

He told police that when he got to the water’s edge, Matsuki had vanished and her dogs were standing with their leashes on. One had a fresh wound, he said.

‘Her dogs won’t leave the pond. One of her dogs got bit by the gator,’ Davie Police Maj. Dale Engle told The Sun Sentinel as he searched for the woman afterwards.

A necropsy confirmed the gator bit Matsuki, 47, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials said in a statement.

The statement said officials believe Matsuki was killed and were searching for her body. Commission spokesman Rob Klepper said they were able to positively identify the woman from evidence collected from the necropsy of the alligator, but he wouldn’t specifically say what that evidence was.

Jim Borrelli, a friend of Matsuki, said she and her husband have walked their dogs in the park previously. The couple did not live in the neighborhood, but he said she liked to find different places to walk the dogs. Residents said they often saw her walking them in the area.

Borrelli said Matsuki’s husband, who is out of town and trying to fly home, sent him to the park to get more information after being contacted by Davie Police. Borrelli said he was also asked to break the news to the couple’s son, who is in his 20s and lives in New York.

‘I’m praying that nothing happened to her,’ Borrelli said.

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