Murder probe over remains at Queen's Sandringham Estate

Culled from BBC

A murder inquiry has begun after human remains were found on the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
Det Ch Insp Jes Fry, of Norfolk Constabulary, said officers were examining cold cases across the UK for potential links.
The force has confirmed the remains were that of a woman.
A dog walker made the discovery at Anmer, near King's Lynn, on New Year's Day. The area has been cordoned off.
Police said the identity of the woman was not yet known.
Detectives would not speculate on the age of the woman or comment on whether the body was clothed.
Cold cases reviewed "We are at the very early stages of the investigation and it could be a complex inquiry," said Mr Fry.
"I cannot confirm whether she was clothed because, at the moment, only my staff, the person who found the body and the person or people who put it there know that - and I would like it to stay that way.

 God save her soul.


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