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Bones in gully not human


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THE BONES RETRIEVED from a gully where missing girl Rasheeda Bascombe is believed to have been murdered were animal remains.
A senior police official told the SUNDAY SUN yesterday that forensic tests had indicated the bones were not human.
He said investigations into the 12-year-old girl’s death were continuing.
Rasheeda, a student of Parkinson Memorial Secondary School, went missing 11 years ago.
Her grandfather, 68-year-old Winfield Nurse, was charged two Mondays ago with her murder.
He was also charged with two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with two girls just prior to his granddaughter’s alleged killing. (TS)


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