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Police have found a second boot belonging to murder victim Sian O'Callaghan

Detectives have found both missing boots belonging to Sian O'Callaghan Credit: ITV News

Police have found both missing boots belonging to murdered Sian O'Callaghan in a remote area of Wiltshire, near Marlborough.

The pond in the village of Ramsbury, has now been taped off by officers.

Sian disappeared after leaving a nightclub in Swindon in 2011. Taxi driver Christopher Halliwell was given a life sentence for her murder in 2012. But a number of Sian's belongings were never recovered, including her boots, her handbag and her mobile phone.

DCI Sean Memory believes the site near Ramsbury was where Sian was murdered.

Divers search remote pond following discovery of Sian O'Callaghan's boot

Sian O'Callaghan was killed by Christopher Halliwell Credit: ITV News

Police investigating the murder of Sian O'Callaghan have found a boot which they believe belonged to her - at a remote pond near Ramsbury in Wiltshire.

The boot was in a different location to where Sian's body was found and police say it may lead to more discoveries.

Dogs and divers are currently searching the area. Sian's handbag, keys and phone have never been found.

Sian disappeared after leaving a nightclub in Swindon in 2011. Taxi driver Christopher Halliwell was given a life sentence for her murder in 2012.

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Police find boot thought to belong to Sian O'Callaghan

Sian O'Callaghan was killed by Christopher Halliwell

Police investigating the murder of Sian O'Callaghan in Wiltshire have found a boot in a new location which they believe belonged to her. Sian disappeared after leaving a nightclub in Swindon in 2011. Taxi driver Christopher Halliwell was given a life sentence for her murder in 2012.

Stephen Lee loses his appeal against 12 year ban

Stephen Lee loses his appeal against 12 year ban Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Trowbridge snooker player Stephen Lee has lost his appeal against a 12 year ban for match-fixing. The 39-year-old was convicted of seven charges by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association last September. He has also been charged with fraud by the police.

Warning of fake £50 notes in Wiltshire

Wiltshire Police is warning businesses to beware of fake bank notes, with 30 reported cases already this year. They involved fake £50 notes being used at retail outlets across the county.

Police have released these images of men they'd like to speak to and are asking anyone who's handed a fake note to call 999.

Police would like to speak to these men in connection with fake notes Credit: Wiltshire Police
Police would also like to speak to these men in connection with fake notes Credit: Wiltshire Police

99 job losses at Honda

99 people are to be made redundant from Honda in Swindon. The company confirmed the number following discussions with the Unite union.

Honda recently announced it would be reducing its UK production lines from two to one. Employees made redundant will leave on 23 May.

Today, Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd (HUM) can confirm that following the on-going meetings between HUM and the Unite Consultative Committee (UCC), and following the closure of the voluntary redundancy programme on Friday 9 May, the total number of compulsory redundancies will be 99.

A formal compulsory redundancy process commences this week. The last contractual day for all employees leaving the company will be 23 May 2014.

– Honda of the UK Manufacturing

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Wiltshire snooker star charged with fraud

Lee was found guilty of match fixing in September dating back to 2008 and 2009 Credit: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Wiltshire snooker star Stephen Lee has been charged with fraud.

The 39 year old was given a 12 year ban from the sport by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association after being found guilty of match fixing.

The charge comes just days before the second part of his appeal against the ban is due to begin.

Today's football round-up

No wins for any of our sides today.

Yeovil Town's final game in the Championship ended with a heavy 4-1 defeat to Middlesbrough at Huish Park. James Hayter scored for the Glovers.

In League One, Bristol City drew 1-1 at Crawley. Jamie Proctor gave the home side a first half lead, but Simon Gillett equalised for City just after the hour mark. Steve Cotterill's men finish the season in 12th place.

Former Cheltenham striker Wes Thomas scored both goals for Rotherham as Swindon Town lost 2-1 at the County Ground. Town pulled a goal back through Michael Smith's penalty. Mark Cooper's men finish 8th in the table.

In League Two, Bristol Rovers have been relegated from the Football League after losing at home to Mansfield. With relegation rivals Wycombe and Northampton both winning, it means Rovers drop into the Conference along with Torquay United.

Cheltenham were leading twice against Dagenham and Redbridge after first half goals from Steve Elliott and Matt Richards, but ended up losing 3-2. Town finish the season in 17th place.

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