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‘Human remains’ found by member of the public in Bradford

  • The body of a 37-year-old woman was found in a derelict building in Bradford 
  • Police appealing for witnesses who saw suspicious activity or a fire in the area
  • Officers have been combing the area after the discovery on Thursday afternoon 

An investigation is underway after the body of a 37-year-old woman was discovered in a derelict building. 

West Yorkshire Police have launched an appeal for information after the woman was found by a member of the public in Bradford.

Officers have been combing the area following the discovery on Thursday afternoon and have asked anyone who saw a ‘fire in the area’ on Sunday or suspicious activity to come forward.

The area on Wapping Road in Bradford, West Yorkshire, has been cordoned off by the police

Officers have been combing the area following the discovery on Thursday afternoon and have asked anyone who saw a 'fire in the area' on Sunday or suspicious activity to come forward

Officers have been combing the area following the discovery on Thursday afternoon and have asked anyone who saw a ‘fire in the area’ on Sunday or suspicious activity to come forward

Police were called to Wapping Road around 5.05pm yesterday after they were alerted by a member of the public.

A footpath which links Wapping Road with Shipley Airedale Road in the area has now been cordoned off. 

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said: ‘Police are appealing for any witnesses after the body of a 37-year-old woman was found on Thursday afternoon.

A footpath which links Wapping Road with Shipley Airedale Road in the area has now been cordoned off

A footpath which links Wapping Road with Shipley Airedale Road in the area has now been cordoned off

‘Officers were called to Wapping Road, Bradford, at about 5.05pm by a member of the public.

‘Enquiries are ongoing to determine the circumstances of what happened and police are appealing for anyone who saw any suspicious activity or a fire at the location on Sunday night into Monday morning to get in contact.’

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting log 1271 of 22 February.



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