‘Human bones’ are found at Essex scrapyard as police launch probe into grim discovery 

A grim discovery of human bones believed to belong to an elderly man has shut down a former scrapyard in Essex that is being developed into a seaside holiday village. 

Detectives are treating the death as unexplained and are searching the Essex missing persons records, whilst a forensic examination of the bones takes place. 

A man found the bones at the former East Coast Salvage site in St Osyth which is being transformed into a resort with 24 caravans or lodges. 

A grim discovery of human bones believed to belong to an elderly man has shut down a former scrapyard in Essex that is being developed into a seaside holiday village

A grim discovery of human bones believed to belong to an elderly man has shut down a former scrapyard in Essex that is being developed into a seaside holiday village

A grim discovery of human bones believed to belong to an elderly man has shut down a former scrapyard in Essex that is being developed into a seaside holiday village 

Detectives are treating the death as unexplained and are searching the Essex missing persons records, whilst a forensic examination of the bones takes place

Detectives are treating the death as unexplained and are searching the Essex missing persons records, whilst a forensic examination of the bones takes place

Detectives are treating the death as unexplained and are searching the Essex missing persons records, whilst a forensic examination of the bones takes place 

A spokesman for Essex Police said: ‘We were called at around 11.50am on Thursday, April 25, after a man found what he believed to be bones at a scrapyard off Cockett Wick Lane, St Osyth.

‘We believe the bones may be human and a further examination will be carried out by an anthropologist.

‘A cordon remains in place and our enquiries are ongoing.’

A spokesman for Essex Police said: 'We believe the bones may be human and a further examination will be carried out by an anthropologist. A cordon remains in place and our enquiries are ongoing'

A spokesman for Essex Police said: 'We believe the bones may be human and a further examination will be carried out by an anthropologist. A cordon remains in place and our enquiries are ongoing'

A spokesman for Essex Police said: ‘We believe the bones may be human and a further examination will be carried out by an anthropologist. A cordon remains in place and our enquiries are ongoing’

The site was granted approval to be developed by a planning inspector following an appeal hearing.

Tendring District Council previously refused plans for the holiday village due to concerns over safety with part of the site being on a high risk flood plain.

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