Second human foot found

A HUMAN foot has been found on a riverbank 32 kilometres from where another was found three weeks ago, police said yesterday.

But Humberside Police said the two body parts are not thought to be linked.

Officers said a member of the public made the latest discovery on the banks of the River Humber between Chowder Ness foreshore and the Humber Bridge, near Barton-on-Humber, North Lincolnshire.

A force spokeswoman said inquiries are underway to identify any missing people around the region to whom the body part may belong.


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