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Police investigating missing Natalie Hemming say a body has been found

Natalie Hemming has been missing for three weeks. Credit: Thames Valley Police

The family of a missing woman from Milton Keynes has been told a body has been found in a wood in Hertfordshire.

31-year-old Natalie Hemming hasn't been seen for three weeks after going missing from her home in Newton Leys, Milton Keynes.

Her partner Paul Hemming, 42, has appeared in court charged with her murder.

A member of the public called the police after finding the body of a woman in woodland at Toms Hill, Chandlers Cross at 11am on Sunday.

Thames Valley Police said the identity of the woman is unknown, and formal identification processes will have to be undertaken, but Natalie's family has been informed.

Lawyers to appeal Witheridge murder conviction

Lawyers in Thailand will today appeal the conviction of two men found guilty of killing Norfolk backpacker Hannah Witheridge.

The 23 year old from Hemsby was murdered alongside fellow traveller David Miller on the island of Koh Tao in September 2014.

22 year olds Zaw Lin and Wai Phyo were sentenced to death for the attacks last year. Today lawyers representing them will submit a 200 page appeal against their conviction and sentencing to Koh Samui Court.

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Northamptonshire boxer Cameron out of Olympic contention

Chantelle Cameron won't be at this summer's Olympics. Credit: PA

Northamptonshire boxer Chantelle Cameron's hopes of making this summer's Olympics are over.

The 25-year-old was eliminated at the Women's World Championships in Kazakhstan.

She'd needed a semi-final finish to qualify for Rio, but lost on a split decision to Finland's Mira Potkonen in the Astana preliminaries.

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Concern for missing Wyton man after dog is found by police

John Hadley. Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Police in Cambridgeshire say they're growing "increasingly concerned" for the welfare of an elderly man who has gone missing.

84-year-old John Hadley from Wyton near Huntingdon went to walk his dog earlier this morning on Hemingford Meadow but hasn't returned.

He was wearing a donkey jacket which has since been found along with his dog.

Police and John’s family are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare and would urge anyone who has seen him, or may know where he is, to contact us immediately.

– Superintendent Nick Church
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