The body parts of a missing woman have been found hidden in bags in a country park three months after she went missing.
Detectives launched a murder investigation when Ilona Golabek, 27, disappeared from her home in Boston, Lincolnshire on November 9.
Her partner Kamil Ranoszek, 40, was arrested two weeks later and charged with her murder.
He is currently awaiting trial at Lincoln Crown Court.
On Tuesday, Lincolnshire Police revealed suspected human remains were discovered at Witham Way Country Park on February 19.
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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 testing to be carried out, which confirmed that they belonged to Ilona.
Detective Inspector Andy McWatt said: “We have located someone’s parts concealed in bags in the park since we began searching the area on February 19.
“We are staying in the park and continuing to search the premises. 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.
The force previously released CCTV footage of a woman who matched Ilona’s description, but they no longer believe it was her.