Horror as ‘human remains’ found at Essex scrapyard sparking police investigation

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A HUMAN body has been found buried in an Essex scrap yard set to be razed for a picturesque holiday village.

The bones were found in at the East Coast Salvage Yard in St Osyth, Essex as workers cleared piles of scrap metal for a caravan park.

The bones were found in at the East Coast Salvage Yard in St Osyth, Essex
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Specialist officers are now combing the scene while an expert examines the bones
East News Press Agency

Specialist officers are now combing the scene while an expert examines the bones.

The yard is just minutes from a set of picturesque beaches which are braced for weekend revellers.

A spokesman for Essex Police said: “We were called at around 11.50am on Thursday, April 25 after a man found what he believed to be bones at a scrapyard off Cockett Wick Lane, St Osyth.


“We were called at around 11.50am on Thursday, April 25 after a man found what he believed to be bones at a scrapyard off Cockett Wick Lane, St Osyth.

“We believe the bones may be human and a further examination will be carried out by anthropologist.

“A cordon remains in place and our enquiries are ongoing.”


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