Mystery of headless, limbless body in Scotland
August 14, 2018 | Brainwave Science
A suspect has been arrested after a headless and limbless body belonging to a missing homeless father was found stuffed inside a suitcase in a communal bin yesterday. Forensics officers could be seen recovering the dismembered remains of Kevin Bishop, 32, who hadn’t been seen since July 2018 and was reported missing on August 4. The torso was found at a flat in Schaw Road, in the Gallowhill area of Paisley, near Glasgow.
Police Scotland confirmed that a 46-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with Kevin’s death. Police made two public appeals to trace Kevin, on August 6 and August 11, after he was last spotted on Friday, July 27, on Well Street, Paisley. A post-mortem examination will be carried out on the left remain body later today, according to local media reports. Cops have launched a murder probe and sealed off Schaw Street while masked forensic investigators have been pictured outside the flat.
The source said: “Some of the officers involved in the enquiry are pretty shaken up. You certainly don’t see a dismembered body every day. Only the torso was found in a bin – there was no legs, arms or head attached.”
A Police Scotland spokesman said: ‘Officers will have to trawl landfill sites to try and find his head, arms and legs. As the torso was found in a bin, it’s thought that is where whoever cut up his body put the rest of him.’
There are nearly 20 crimes reported in Paisley every day. Renfrewshire Council statistics expose an increase in crime rate blighting the lives of families and businesses across the town. Police chiefs have vowed to end crime after a spike in murders, attempted murders and serious assaults across the city.
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