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Pamela Jackson: Body found (using police dogs) in hunt for mum missing for nearly three months

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Pamela Jackson: Body found (using police dogs) in hunt for mum missing for nearly three months

Post by Guest on 28.05.13 10:34

Pamela Jackson: Body found in hunt for mum missing for nearly three months

27 May 2013 18:01
The woman's body, which has not yet been formally identified, was found by officers using police dogs in West Yorkshire

A woman's body has been found by police looking for missing mum Pamela Jackson, who disappeared nearly three months ago..
The body was found at about 2pm yesterday in West Yorkshire after police switched their grim search from her native North East.
The woman, who has not yet been formally identified, was found by officers using police dogs at an area off Blackstone Edge Road near Mytholmroyd.
She was discovered “some metres” from the roadside.
Mum-of-three Pamela Jackson, 55, vanished from her home in Chester-le-Street, County Durham on March 2.
Her partner Adrian Muir, 50, from Halifax, has been charged with her murder.
Last month officers were scouring the countryside near her North East home but the hunt moved hundreds of miles away at the beginning of May.
Specialist search teams from West Yorkshire and Durham police joined forces to trawl the undergrowth as the hunt for the grandmother approached the third month.
Ms Jackson, who lived in Chester-le-Street, was reported missing on March 2nd by her youngest of three sons, Joe.
During the search her sister Marion Elsinor, 52, who is a care home cook in County Durham, made an emotional appeal for help to find her.
She previously said: “It’s an ongoing nightmare. It is out of character for her to go off and not to tell anyone where she would be.”
Youngest sister Deborah Leighton, 51, who lives in nearby Consett, added: “She is an important part of our family as she was the oldest sister.
"As the youngest sister, I always looked up to her.
“She looked after us as my mam was always working. I just miss her. She needs to come home so we can do the right thing and bury her.
"We need to give her a proper send-off instead of just wondering where she is.”

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Re: Pamela Jackson: Body found (using police dogs) in hunt for mum missing for nearly three months

Post by tiny on 28.05.13 10:38

Sad story,but the dogs are good, no matter what Gerry McCann says

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