Becky's body was found in a shallow grave. The coroner told the court that most of Becky's skeleton was intact, except for her skull, hands and feet, which were missing and were never found.
A report from a Home Office pathologist said there were no signs of any trauma or injuries. He concluded the cause of Becky's death was 'unascertained.'
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