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Police investigate discovery of bones on Kent building site

Agony continues for missing murder victim Sarah Wellgreen’s family as police say bones found less than two miles from her Kent home are not hers

  • Police called to building site following reports that bones were discovered today
  • Officers were called at 12.15pm to the site in Fawkham, Kent to investigate 
  • Tests later confirmed they were animal bones

Police have been called to a building site following reports that bones were discovered today.

Officers were called at 12.15pm to the site in Fawkham, Kent following the discovery.

Kent Police refused to speculate about the discovery today but said tests are being carried out to determine if the bones are human or animal bones.

The bones were found less than three miles from where mother-of-five Sarah Wellgreen vanished in October last year.  

Taxi driver Ben Lacomba was found guilty of murdering the missing 46-year-old but still refuses to say where her body is hidden despite being jailed for life.

Police confirmed this afternoon the remains were animal bones, and not in any way related to the search for the body of Ms Wellgreen. 

Officers were called at 12.15pm to the site in Fawkham, Kent following the discovery

Kent Police refused to speculate about the discovery today

Kent Police refused to speculate about the discovery today

Work was halted as police launched an investigation at the site today

Work was halted as police launched an investigation at the site today 

A spokesman for Kent Police said: ‘Kent Police was called at 12.15pm on Thursday 28 November 2019 to a report that bones had been discovered at a building site in Valley Road, Fawkham. 

‘Officers attended the scene and following enquiries, it has been determined that there is no suspicious circumstances surrounding the discovery.

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