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Body discovered in search of disappearing Blackburn female Ioan Butnariu


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A body has been discovered by the police looking for missing woman in Lancashire.Ioan Butnariu last observed on the streets of Blackburn the previous Saturday (December 10, 2010). An appeal to find missing persons was launched to locate Ioan and was backed by Lancashire Constabulary concerned for her welfare.The 20-year-old who was known as Mariah was last observed wearing black pants with a red hoodie, scarves along with grey trainers. She also was in possession of a white and black bag. disappearing Blackburn female.

Tragically an unidentified body believed to be that of Ioan was discovered this morning (December 16) in Higher Croft Wood off Roman Road, Blackburn. The death has not been considered suspicious.A announcement issued by Lancashire Constabulary says: “A body has been discovered today (Friday 16th December) in the hunt to find missing lady Ioan Butnariu. Ioan 20-year-old Ioan had not was seen for a while since last Saturday (December 10) after she went missing in Blackburn.

“The death isn’t being treated as suspicious, and the file will be handed over to the coroner at the appropriate course. Our prayers are with Ioan’s family in this sorrowful and difficult time.We would like to also thank all those who assisted in the search for Ioan and his family, including Pennine Mountain Rescue, Bolton Mountain Rescue and Lancashire Fire and Rescue.”

A CCTV appeal was today to find an individual who was caught on CCTV walking along Roman Road and passed the intersection that connects to Walton Crescent, Blackburn, at 4.52am on Saturday. Detective Con Amelia Nethell, of Blackburn CID, said: “We are aware that the footage’s quality, but it’s not great However, we do hope that someone recognizes them and contact us. “Anyone who could assist the police in their investigation into the circumstances concerning Ioan is able to contact 101, quoting the number of log 1356 from 11 December.

The Detch Insp Jill Johnston said: “The image taken of Lindsay in the picture on CCTV Burnley Road is the last we’ve seen of her. I’m looking to know what she did following that time and what changed about her.”

She urged anyone who has CCTV drone, dashcam or footage from the vicinity, specifically in the vicinity of Peel Park Avenue or the cemetery to submit their information.

The detectives do not know the length of time the body was in the graveyard or how it got there. She urged anyone who spotted anything suspicious to call police.Ms Birbeck, a teaching assistant, was described as slim and white 5ft 11in tall and with shoulder length dark hair. disappearing Blackburn female, She was dressed in an orange bubble jacket, black leggings, as well as trainers.Her Huawei mobile phone is also missing, according to police.

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