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Those "unreliable, pesky" dogs again!

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Those "unreliable, pesky" dogs again!

Post by Guest on 16.07.11 11:18

16 July 2011 Last updated at 10:59

Man charged over St Austell human remains find

Police have been searching around a farmhouse near St Austell Police in Cornwall investigating a suspected double murder have charged a man with disposing of human remains.

Ross Jan Stone, 28, of Trenance Downs, near St Austell, appeared before Bodmin magistrates charged with disposing of a corpse to obstruct a coroner.

He was remanded in custody and is due to appear at Truro Magistrates' Court on 22 July.

A vehicle and human remains were discovered by police on farmland north of St Austell on Friday.

The discovery was made as police investigated the disappearance of Brett Flournoy and David Griffiths.

Mr Griffiths, from Plymouth, who was living in Berkshire, and Mr Flournoy, from Merseyside, were last seen on 16 June in Cornwall.

It is believed they were were heading to Newquay but police said it was not clear if they had ever arrived there.

Both men have not been in touch with their families, which police said was completely out of character.

Police had been excavating land on a farm near Trenance Downs using ground radar technology and cadaver dogs when they found the "remains of at least one individual" and a van which had "extensive fire damage".

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Re: Those "unreliable, pesky" dogs again!

Post by PeterMac on 16.07.11 11:24

No case to answer.
Gerry McCann can be called as expert witness to show that the dogs are "notoriously unreliable".



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Re: Those "unreliable, pesky" dogs again!

Post by Guest on 16.07.11 11:27

@PeterMac wrote:No case to answer.
Gerry McCann can be called as expert witness to show that the dogs are "notoriously unreliable".

Indeed laughat . Strange that Police still use them and have faith in them yes titter

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Re: Those "unreliable, pesky" dogs again!

Post by Guest on 16.07.11 12:19

It was the dogs who initially found the spot, not the ground radar technology.

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