19/12/2013

Police Find Body In Jayden Parkinson Search

A body has been found in a disturbed grave by detectives investigating the disappearance of teenager Jayden Parkinson.

Following a tip police had begun investigating a grave site at the cemetery of All Saints Church in Didcot.

Thames Valley Police have said that a body has been found "in a recently disturbed grave". Police believe it is that of Jayden Parkinson, who disappeared on 03 December.

A 22-year-old man has been charged with the murder of the teenager.

(MH)

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