Moors Murders: No bones found in search for Keith Bennett

10/4/2022 9:49:00 PM

A new search for Keith Bennett has found 'no evidence to suggest the presence of remains', police say.

A new search for Keith Bennett has found 'no evidence to suggest the presence of remains', police say.

A new search for Keith Bennett has found 'no evidence to suggest the presence of remains', police say.

PA Media Image caption, Keith Bennett, who was killed in 1964, is the only victim whose remains were not found Image source, PA Media Image caption, Officers and forensic experts were now continuing a "controlled excavation" of the surrounding area, police said Det Ch Insp Cheryl Hughes said forensic archaeologists and forensic anthropologists had "completed a methodical archaeological excavation and examination of the area previously dug and refilled by the member of the public".Officers from Greater Manchester Police continue a search on Saddleworth Moor for the remains of 12-year-old Keith Bennett, one of five victims of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley.The brother of Moors Murder victim Keith Bennett has told of his fury over claims a child’s remains have been found by an amateur sleuth.Officers from Greater Manchester Police continue a search on Saddleworth Moor for the remains of 12-year-old Keith Bennett, one of five victims of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley.

"No bones, fabric or items of interest were recovered from the soil," she said.She said the experts were now continuing a "controlled excavation of the area immediately surrounding the original site to provide a higher level of assurance of the presence or absence of any items of interest".“Surely, he cannot have forgotten exactly where it is after his claims about his years of investigations."Further soil samples have been taken for analysis, but at this time, there is no visible evidence to suggest the presence of human remains," she said.Alan said: “I am getting frustrated, annoyed and feeling a lot more emotions because there is more to this than meets the eye.She added that officers remained "committed" to providing Keith's family with answers and would keep them "updated at every stage".Mr Bennett said he believes his brother’s remains are “not in that location” and there have been a number of false alarms in recent years.The force said samples obtained by the member of the public had been sent by GMP to accredited experts for analysis.Advertisement Hide Ad A memorial to 12-year-old Keith Bennett He wrote: “There are two (out of many) occasions that stick out in my memory of finds on the moor.

Media caption, Daniel Sandford looks back at the revulsion caused by Brady's crimes Keith went missing while on his way to see his grandmother in Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester on 16 June 1964.One was found by ourselves when we came across some material with press stud fastener, like those on a casual jacket.“I and many others are confused.His mother Winnie Johnson, who died in 2012 , spent her life trying to locate her son, even taking to the moor herself, armed with a spade.He was one of five youngsters who were tortured and killed by Brady and Hindley between 1963 and 1965.Advertisement “Unfortunately, somebody informed the press once everybody had returned home to their various locations on the day of the find.Brady, who was born in Glasgow but later moved to Manchester, was jailed in 1966 for the murders of John Kilbride, aged 12, Lesley Ann Downey, 10, and Edward Evans, 17.I just cannot understand why nothing has been found.In 1985, after being moved to a secure hospital, Brady also admitted murdering Keith and 16-year-old Pauline Reade.“Then a sheep farmer found some bones, unfortunately he contacted the press before the police (does that ring a bell in this case as well).“Then a sheep farmer found some bones, unfortunately he contacted the press before the police (does that ring a bell in this case as well).

Image source, Image caption, Flowers have been left close to the scene of the search on Saddleworth Moor The pair were caught after Hindley's brother-in-law witnessed the murder of Edward and reported it to police, who found his body at Brady and Hindley's shared home in Hyde, Greater Manchester.Lesley Ann was the first victim to be found on Saddleworth Moor, after police received a tip-off from one of Brady's neighbours, and subsequent searches of the area unearthed the remains of Pauline and John.It turned out to be sheep bones.“No physical evidence of a jaw bone or skull has been examined.Police have since carried out a number of searches of the moor to try and find Keith's remains, including two in which they were joined by the murderers, but his body has never been found.Why not follow BBC North West on.Their first victim, 16-year-old Pauline Reade, was murdered in July 1963, but her body was not found until a search of the Moors was conducted in 1987.

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