Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by cybervampira, Feb 2, 2019.
What exactly does this mean...that the coroner is taking over?
THe body is with the coroner in Hull not Grimsby. Hull Live updates suggest this is unusual as the coroner in the area that body was found in usually deals with it. Should get police update within the hour according to MSM.
and even in some cases where a body hasn't been in water, cause of death is not always obvious or easy to determine. I do hope police will be able to get some answers from the body as it is. If not, hopefully, the pressure of it being found might compel someone to give more info.
More details re switch of jurisdiction:
Hull coroner takes over investigation into body found off Grimsby
I don't think anybody's replied to @Newthoughts post yet. Apologies if I have missed an earlier discussion but did locals have reason to believe this raid is probably related to another investigation, or was it discounted only because of the area? (It's 15 minutes from PR's home by car.)
Armed police and sniffer dogs search Hull flat 'for second time'
The body was previously with Grimsby coroner and now with Hull coroner. As another poster above has said, this is unusual as a body is usually investigated by the coroner in the area that it's found.
A quote from Vermont's linked article
"The agreed switch in jurisdiction for the investigation would only be possible if there was suspected to be a strong Hull connection to the discovery."
Must be an hour now?
I've just cancelled an appointment to stay home and wait.
Couple of questions:
Would this be the same body that they thought was seen recently in the water, that was in Hull area?
Could she have drowned accidentally, being drunk and all? How far over from the houses where the person heard screams is the water? Would they have heard from that distance- going back to the fox theory?
3. We don't know the address of the witness who heard the screams.
Wondering the same thing myself - possibly.
It would be hard to end up in the river accidentally.
If she was taken there by someone, was trying to flee, in dark, drunk...?
Wondering the same.
After joining this great website / community I was shocked to realise the number of missing cases that featured water bodies as one of the main ‘suspects’
Hoping the loved ones of whoever has been found will soon get the answers they have been waiting for...
It's not impossible, but I don't personally see it.
or they are attempting to put some pressure on him to confess? (i'm still not sure i believe he's the suspect moo). hope we get some identity confirmation soon.
Me neither, it's getting further from the simplest explanation ( unfortunately).
Thank you. No coffee yet...should have caught that...
I was also wondering if it was the same body reporrtedly seen by the docks, triggering the searches around Paull.
Those searches seemed excessive to what would be the norm (quick look around, nothing to be seen) and i wondered if the reports had specific details attached.
I also think it is highly unlikely she could have ended up in the water accidentally, its too far into the park and it was too cold to be wondering around for that long drunk or not. Imo.
Did anyone see what the dock worker had to say ?
Maybe they are having a very hard time identifying ...
Hull coroner takes over case of body found in Humber Estuary