The border force made a shocking discovery when they found a migrant stored in the bumper of a car in Spain. The migrant was found using a machine that detects heartbeats. Police officers in Spain’s north African enclave of Melilla pulled off a car bumper to discover a 29-year-old from Guinea underneath held in place with ropes. They pulled apart the Moroccan-registered Renault Clio after detecting a heartbeat on a hi-tech sensor. The African, who was barefoot and had large holes in his socks, was rushed to hospital after officers saw he was having difficulty breathing.