A POLICE investigation into the invention of human stays at a magnificence spot has develop into a world hunt.
DNA checks on the severed male legs present in bin baggage within the Stour river in Sudbury, Suffolk, two weeks in the past haven’t yielded a UK match.
They now know that the unidentified stays come from a person of athletic construct who died as much as a yr in the past.
Now, detectives are taking a look at worldwide databases to attempt to establish the sufferer.
Chief Supt Eamonn Bridger mentioned: “We’re persevering with to do all we will to establish the deceased and are working with quite a few different companies.
“The UK Lacking Individuals Bureau maintain data on each lacking particular person within the nation and the place DNA profiles have been obtained, these are held on their database.
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“We have run the initial profile we have of this individual – but have not found a match.
“Following ten days of searches in and around the river this work has now finished and the areas which had been closed off to members of the public are now open again.
“But we still need anyone with any information about this shocking discovery to come forward – someone must know who the deceased was or have information about who deposited the remains.”
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