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Murder arrest over remains found in Kempsey septic tank

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Image caption The bones had been found in the village of Kempsey, Worcestershire

An 86-year-old guy has been arrested on suspicion of homicide after feminine human remains had been found in a septic tank.

The bones had been found out in Kempsey, Worcestershire, on 12 July throughout an investigation into the disappearance of native girl Brenda Venables in 1982.

Officers stated the deceased used to be “likely to be” Ms Venables, despite the fact that there have been no “DNA results at this time”.

The arrested guy, from Kempsey, used to be in custody serving to officials with their inquiries, West Mercia Police stated.

The discovery used to be made 8 miles from Pershore the place police had been on the lookout for lacking property agent Suzy Lamplugh.

That seek ended on 17 July and police showed the Kempsey discovery used to be no longer connected to Ms Lamplugh, who disappeared from London in 1986.

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