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Daughter arrested over garden bodies

Source BBC News@ tienganhvui.com


Garden in Blenheim CloseThe remains were being studied for clues to their identity, police confirmed


Two people found buried in a Nottinghamshire garden had died as a result of being shot, a Home Office pathologist has said.


The remains were found by police in the garden of a house in Blenheim Close, in Forest Town, Mansfield, on 9 October.


Police believe the remains are that of William and Patricia Wycherley, who lived at the house but disappeared.


A man, 57, and a woman, 55, are being questioned by police on suspicion of murder.


Detectives said the remains, which have not yet been formally identified, appeared to have been in the back garden for some time.


Mrs Wycherley is believed to have been born in Fulham, west London, and would have been 64 years old when she is thought to have gone missing in 1998.


Her husband Bill would have been 85 at the time.


Police have said the couple "were known to be quite reclusive".





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