Jamal Khashoggi's journalist broke up after being assassinated and disbanded at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, said a consultant to the Turkish president.
"Now we see it not just cut; [the Saudi suspects] liberated from the body, dissolved, "said Yasin Aktay, adviser to Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and a Turkish governor's official on Hurriyet's newspaper on Friday.
"According to the latest information, the reason for the slaughter of the body is easier to resolve, and they have sought to ensure that there is no sign of the body," said Aktay, a friend of the dissident Saudi writer. "Killing an innocent man is a crime, illness and ill-treatment that is another crime and dishonesty."
The comments were the first official statement by a Turkish authority allegedly occurring with Khasoggi's body. Turkish investigators try to find out if Khashoggi remains in the nearby consuls' house.
An unidentified official also told the Washington Post "biological evidence" in the Consulate's Garden that because of the acid "Khashoggi's body did not need a burial".
Forensic experts questioned the theory, as they believe the body can handle acid treatment for months.
The consular and consul's general residence on Khashoggi's death day spent about three hours in the garage under the property before moving on. The Turkish police followed at least one vehicle in the forest of Belgrade, north of Istanbul, late at night.
The body of journalists was still not found one month after his disappearance on October 2, when he entered the consulate to receive marriage papers while his fiance Hatice Cengiz waited.
Saudi Arabia has previously said that its residues have been packed in a rug and has been disposed of by a "local staff", although Saudi al-Mojeb, Saudi Advocate General, has been discussing this week with the Istanbul Public Prosecutor.
Aktay's statement from Istanbul attorney Irfan Fidan arrives Wednesday after the first Wednesday acknowledgment that Khashoggi's body was "broken down and destroyed" after the death of a donkey clan from Riyadh to kill.
Much of the information related to the matter has already been leaked to the Turkish media, but strengthening Turkey's official position suggests that Ankara is unwilling to give up Riyadh's rivals in seeking answers to Khashoggi's death.
Saudi Arabia has attracted international stigma to address the issue.
Riyadh initially denied that it had anything to do with Khashoggi's disappearance, but he changed his story several times, claiming Khashoggi died deadly before Turkish evidence admitted that his murder was deliberately considered.
The case has created the worst diplomatic crisis in Saudi Arabia since 9 September and has damaged the reputation of your mummy bin Salman Crown Prince, supposedly aware of the murder plan.
This week it was announced that the prince had called a "dangerous Islam" to Khashoggin with Jared Kushner, the White House advisor, and Donald Trump before the Turkish police said the missing journalist died.