Dental records to confirm body ID

DENTAL records will be used to formally identify the body believed to be missing 17-year-old Natasha Coombs, it was confirmed today.

DENTAL records will be used to formally identify the body believed to be missing 17-year-old Natasha Coombs, it was confirmed today.

Essex police said a mobile phone, clothing and a bag found near the body, which was discovered in undergrowth next to a railway line near Manningtree station, led them to believe it was Natasha.

The body was removed just before 2pm yesterday and post mortem tests show she died after being hit by a train.

It was spotted by a passing train driver.


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Natasha, of Dovercourt, vanished on Friday, July 27, following a night out with friends in Ipswich.

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