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Forest of Dean: Woman charged with murder after human remains found in suitcases

A woman has actually been charged with murder following the discovery of human remains in 2 suitcases.

Gloucestershire Authorities stated they are waiting for results of DNA evaluates to develop the identity of the female victim.

Gareeca Conita Gordon, 27, of Salisbury Roadway, Birmingham, will appear prior to magistrates in Cheltenham on Saturday implicated of eliminating the woman on or prior to 12 May.

Appearing together with her in court will be 38- year-old Mahesh Sorathiya, of Denmore Gardens, Wolverhampton, who has actually been charged with helping a transgressor.

Authorities stated the set were declined bail and will appear at Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court by means of video link on Saturday.

The remains were found near a quarry in the Forest of Dean, near Coleford, Gloucestershire, on Tuesday night.

Authorities looked out after a member of the public reported suspicions about a vehicle due to its irregular driving.

The vehicle was found an instant later on and 2 people were talked to by officers, causing the discovery of 2 suitcases consisting of the remains.

A post- mortem was found to be more and undetermined evaluations are continuous to develop the cause of death, authorities stated.

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