Headless body found in Salcombe Devon as police investigate | UK | News

The demise is being handled as “unexplained” by police, who’ve sealed off the woods close to North Sands cove in Salcombe, Devon. The fireplace and ambulance service have each assisted with the investigation after the body was found on Sunday.

Police confirmed the stays have been found with no head, Devon Live studies.

But in addition they mentioned the body which has been found is certainly not that of younger mum Patricia Allen, who disappeared in the prosperous seaside city 46 years in the past.

Her disapperance and that of her youngsters rocked Salcombe in the Nineteen Seventies.

A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police mentioned: “Enquiries remain ongoing into an unexplained death after a body was found in a wooded area near Bennett Road, Salcombe, on Sunday June 27.

“A number of enquiries will be carried out in Salcombe over the coming days, and it is likely that the local community will continue to see a high level of police activity.

“We thank them for their support and if anyone has any information please email 101@dc.police.uk or call 101, quoting reference number 0700 of Sunday 27 June.”

And a senior police supply mentioned: “The body that has been found is definitely 100 per cent not that of Patricia Allen.”

Photos present the woodland, normally in style with canine walkers, is sealed off three days after the grotesque discovery.

A Special Ops tent has been erected as forensic officers perform work.

It is predicted the big operation will proceed for some days in the vacationer city.

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