New twist to Thai Bride Murder Mystery in Britain

A family has come forward to say they believe the woman found in the stream is their missing relative

New twist to Thai Bride Murder Mystery in Britain as a family believe woman dumped in Yorkshire Dales could be missing relative.

A Thai family believe a woman who is thought to have been murdered and then dumped in a mountain stream in England is their missing relative.

The body was found by walkers wrapped around rocks near Pen-y-ghent in the Yorkshire Dales in 2004.

Her identity has never been established by North Yorkshire Police but officers think she was a murdered “Thai bride”.

A press conference in north-east Thailand heard a family had come forward about a missing relative.

The Udon Thani Provincial Justice Office was told the woman, who the BBC is not naming for legal reasons, married a British man in 1991 and moved to the north-west of England four years later.

Her mother told the Thai Women’s Network (TWN), which organised Thursday’s press conference, she had not heard from her daughter since 2004.

Woman found dead on remote English mountainside ‘may have been Thai bride’

Reporters were shown photographs of the missing woman alongside an artist’s impression of the murder victim that was released by police in Britain.

The TWN said it had passed on the details of the missing woman, including her name and that of her husband, to North Yorkshire Police, which is investigating the latest development.

Walker Richard Hill moments before the body was discovered
When walker Richard Hill posed for this picture, he did not realise a body was wrapped around the rocks behind him

Cold-case investigators believe the body found in the UK was that of a woman aged between 25 and 35 who was originally from south-east Asia.

Forensic tests on samples of her hair led detectives to think she had been living in a rural community in north Lancashire or south Cumbria.

She was found more than a mile (2km) from the nearest road and was wearing only green jeans, socks and a gold wedding band.

A North Yorkshire Police spokesman confirmed the force’s Cold Case Review Unit had received a possible name for the unknown woman.

Inquiries were ongoing to establish her identity, he added. – BBC

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