'Human Remains' Found In Montrose

Human remains are believed to have been found by police at a house in Montrose, Angus.

The discovery was made at the property at around 11.55pm on Wednesday, 4 November, as part of an ongoing missing person inquiry.

A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: "The investigation into the circumstances is in the very early stages of establishing who the remains belong to and how that person died.

"Our inquiries have taken us to a number of addresses in the Montrose area where there is likely to be a police presence for some considerable time."

A man has been detained and helping police with inquiries.


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