Detectives looking for teenage girls who were afraid to be killed by Fred West found what they believed to be bones.
They also found a dark blue material that matched the 15-year-old coat Mary Bastrum I wore it when she disappeared 53 years ago.
A major breakthrough is when a powerful 39-member police team, led by three archaeologists, begins excavating the basement of Gloucester’s cafe 800 meters (0.5 miles) from the West Family’s home at 25 Cromwell Street. Only a few days later.
They are especially analyzing the area on the side of the basement Builder waist Converted to a toilet.
The material and suspected bone are under the partition wall.
One source said: “The camera image clearly shows the material that matches the navy blue coat that Mary wore when she was kidnapped.
“In addition, there are images that are very similar to human bones.
“Great care has been taken to screen the surface to preserve potential evidence.”
West was a regular at the cafe, Mary worked as a waitress before disappearing in 1968.
He committed suicide at the age of 53 while waiting for a trial of 12 murders in 1995, but admitted that he had killed another 20.
His wife, Rose, 67, has been insured for life after being convicted of 10 murders.
If the body turns out to be Mary, she could be quized.
Fredwest police officers find bones and materials that could be a coat to look for teenagers who are afraid to be killed by serial killers
SourceFredwest police officers find bones and materials that could be a coat to look for teenagers who are afraid to be killed by serial killers