Human leg found in the Manchester River belongs to missing mother of two who had disappeared almost a year ago, police reveals Human leg found in river Irwell confirmed to belong to missing mother-of-twoDNA tests has confirmed that Marie's leg Scott, from Manchester, Scott, 58, left the family home in Hale just before Christmas
Rod Ardehali for Mailonline
08:39 am EST, December 8, 2018
11:00 EST, 8 December 2018
A human leg found in the Irwell River has been confirmed to belong to a missing mother of two who disappeared almost a year ago. The police were called to a report that suspected that human remains had been seen in the Irwell River near Salford, shortly before 9 am on Wednesday, November 28. DNA testing confirmed that Marie Scott's leg was missing on December 18 at her home in Hale. Last year, the Greater Manchester police said.
A human leg found in the Irwell River has been confirmed to belong to a missing mother of two who disappeared almost a year ago. The police were called up for a report that suspected human remains were seen in the Irwell River near Salford, shortly before 9 am on Wednesday, November 28th. Detective Inspector Simon Akker, of GMP & # 39; s Trafford Borough, said: "This is an absolutely heart-rending development in the research to discover that Marie and her family are understandably confused by the news. & # 39; Because I personally have been involved a number of times in the search for Marie and meeting her family, I know what devastating consequences this will have for them. & # 39; Our efforts now will focus on doing everything we can to ensure that we can give the family the support and answers they deserve. "Marie's son Stuart, 37, has previously spoken with the Manchester Evening News about the family's fear.
DNA testing confirmed that the leg belonged to Marie Scott, who was reported missing in her home in Hale last December 18th. The Greater Manchester Police said that DNA testing confirmed that Marie Scott's leg was reported missing in Hale in December. Last year, the Greater Manchester Police said he said: "All our lives are destroyed without being with us, we miss her smile, the time she shared with us, her love and her kindness." think every minute every day. & # 39;
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