DNA confirms bone found is from missing lady.

This appears to be a very interesting turn of events.

Why would the Police revisit and find pieces of the woman they had previously found deceased on the premises?

Did wildlife scatter the bones (possible) did the murderer scatter the bones (possibly) are there more than one victim present? Lets hope not but the Police have refused to comment on other items recovered in the second visit.

One important question that does need to be answered, and it may have a perfectly plausible explanation, is why was this bone not found on the first visit and should/could it have been?

A human bone found in a field is that of a murdered woman whose body was discovered there, police have said.

The remains of Becky Godden, from Swindon, were found at the farm in Gloucestershire in 2011 by police probing the death of another woman.

Wiltshire Police searched the field again in April and found the bone, which matched Ms Godden’s DNA.

Officers searching the field also discovered “other items” but did not elaborate on what was found.

Det Ch Insp Sean Memory added: “At this stage we cannot comment further on the nature of these items.”

Ms Godden was aged 20 when she disappeared from her home in Shaw, Swindon, in 2003.

Her remains were unearthed at Baxter’s Farm, Eastleach, following the arrest of taxi driver Christopher Halliwell over the disappearance of 22-year-old Sian O’Callaghan.

Officers were led to the body by Halliwell, but he was not prosecuted over her death after a judge ruled detectives had ignored arrest guidelines.

Halliwell was later jailed for life for Ms O’Callaghan’s murder.

[Original Story BBC]

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