Body parts of missing woman found in bags at Lincolnshire National Park


Body parts of a missing woman, 27, are found in bags in a Lincolnshire park three months after she disappeared as a 40-year-old man awaits trial for her murder

  • Ilona Golabek, 27, disappeared from her home in Boston, Lincs., in November of last year
  • Kamil Ranoszek, 40, was arrested and charged with her murder two weeks later
  • The second man, 32, was released under investigation as she had yet to be found
  • Police searching near the Lincolnshire town found parts of his body in Witham Way National Park in February

The body parts of a missing woman were found hidden in bags in a country park three months after she went missing, police have confirmed.

Detectives have launched a murder investigation after Ilona Golabek, 27, disappeared from her home in Boston, Lincs., on November 9 last year.

Kamil Ranoszek, 40, was arrested two weeks later and charged with murder. He is currently awaiting trial at Lincoln Crown Court.

Today Lincolnshire Police revealed suspected human remains were discovered at Witham Way Country Park in the town on February 19.

The body parts of Ilona Golabek, 27, who disappeared from her home in Boston, Lincolnshire, on November 9 last year, were found in a nearby country park, sources confirmed today murderous detectives.

Officers attended and recovered bones later confirmed to be human, while specialist teams found other body parts in three other areas of the park.

The remains were sent for DNA tests to be carried out which have now confirmed that they belong to Ilona.

Detective Inspector Andy McWatt said: ‘We have located body parts concealed in bags in the park since we began searching the area on February 19.

“We stay in the park and continue to search for the location. Ilona’s family is aware and our thoughts are with them.

“We are continuing our appeal for witnesses and we call on anyone who has seen anything suspicious in or around the park to contact us.”

Officers will remain in the park for the remainder of the week while further site examinations are carried out.

Officers attended and recovered bones later confirmed to be human, while specialist teams found other body parts in three other areas of the park.  Kamil Ranoszek, 40, is charged with her murder

Officers attended and recovered bones later confirmed to be human, while specialist teams found other body parts in three other areas of the park. Kamil Ranoszek, 40, is charged with her murder

The force previously released CCTV footage of a woman who matched Ilona’s description, but they no longer believe it was her.

Chief Detective Inspector Richard Myszczyszyn, of the East Midlands Special Operations Unit, said at the time: ‘Our thoughts are with his family at this very difficult time.

“We arrested Kamil Ranoszek on November 21 on suspicion of murder and he has now been charged.

“The second man arrested, aged 32, has been released under investigation.

“We understand this may be a concern for Boston residents, and while I am unable to release much information at this stage of our investigation, I can say that we believe those involved know each other and that this is an isolated incident. ‘

Detectives are still appealing for anyone who may have information to contact the force by calling 101 citing Incident 200 of November 11.

You can also call the independent charity CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit the dedicated portal at https://mipp.police.uk/operation/33EM21C82-PO1.

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