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Body in bin case: man released on bail

Police at the scene of the discovery in Luton. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man arrested in connection with two deaths in Luton has been bailed.

A murder investigation was launched after a man's body was found in a bin on Essex Close Monday (17 October).

Officers are now investigating whether his death is linked to the death of a woman who was body was found at a nearby home on 10 October.

The woman’s death is still being treated as unexplained.


Guided busway crash makes it three in a year

A picture from social media appears to show an Asda van on its side. Credit: Twitter.

There has been another collision on the Cambridge guided busway.

It happened on the B1050 near Longstanton in south Cambridgeshire just after 8 o'clock.

A picture from social media appears to show an Asda van on its side.

It is not thought anyone is seriously injured but it is the third crash on the guided busway this year.


Luton bin murder case: Police say victims were killed at the same time

Police investigating a double murder in Luton believe the victims were killed at the same time, even though the bodies were found a week apart.

Today, police also revealed they'd found a child at a property when the body of a woman was discovered more than a week ago.

The child's now in care. A week later, a man's body was found in a nearby bin.

Watch a video report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey.

Serviceman's disappearance: 'He has just vanished and as a police officer I know that doesn't happen'

The mother of missing Suffolk airman Corrie McKeague has made a nationwide appeal, saying she's convinced he's still alive.

It's almost a month since he vanished after a night out in Bury St Edmunds. Despite a huge search of the local area, there has been no trace of him.

His mum is urging anyone who may have given him a lift back to his RAF base to come forward.

Watch a video report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson.

Get set for panto: X-Factor's Stacey Solomon joins cast in MK

Even thought it's only October, the official Pantomime season has got underway in our region with one of the first official Panto launches.

Former X-Factor runner up Stacey Solomon will be transforming herself into a fairy for Dick Whittington at the Milton Keynes Theatre.

ITV News Anglia's Becky Jago caught up with Stacey during a photo shoot for the show.

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