Two individuals have been arrested on suspicion of homicide after human stays have been discovered on a clifftop in Boscombe.
Dorset Police mentioned the sufferer has been recognized as a 49-year-old man from Bournemouth. His household has been knowledgeable.
A girl, 38, and a 48-year-old man, each from Bournemouth, have been arrested, per week after the stays have been found by a member of the general public close to the Manor Steps Zig Zag, off Boscombe Overcliff Drive.
Detective inspector Neil Third, of the Major Crime Investigation Team, mentioned: “This remains a very complex investigation and we have worked tirelessly since the initial discovery and report to progress our enquiries.
“Foremost, our thoughts are with the victim’s family. We will continue to do all we can to establish the circumstances of the death.
“Now that we have been able to identify the victim following scientific analysis, I am in a position to be more specific about my appeal.”
He mentioned police wished to listen to from anybody who noticed suspicious exercise across the Manor Steps Zig Zag between July 31 and August 26, asking for any data or pictures to be uploaded to the foremost incident public portal.
“A number of cordons have been put in place across the Boscombe area and I would like to thank the public for their assistance while officers conduct their detailed enquiries,” he mentioned.
“Officers can be approached by members of the public with any information or concerns.”
The wider cordon across the space of the Manor Steps Zig Zag has been eliminated.