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Man, 40, charged with murder of Claire Holland who went missing 10 years ago | UK News

A 40-yearthe old man was charged with in murder of woman who disappeared ten years ago.

Darren Osment to appear before Bristol Magistrates’ Court on Thursday accused of murder 32-yearold Claire Holland.

Miss Holland of Lawrence Weston area of Bristol, was last seen leaving Seamus O’Donnell’s pub in in city- center at 23:15 on 6 June 2012, the day after the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee weekend.

A few days later, she was reported missing and has not been seen or heard from since, despite several massive searches and appeals. for information.

Avon and Somerset Police told Osment: of Chessel Drive, Patchway, South Gloucestershire, taken into custody. in guarded.

This happens when police investigators search the Barrelhouse pub. in clifton, north Bristol, following the “specific new information”.

The officers said their search had nothing to do with the venue. current or previous owners.

Detective Superintendent Gary Haskins head of main crime study team said: “This is the key point in our investigation and we have updated Clare family Now that the man has been blamed with her murder.

“We will continue to provide any support they can need through our specialist family communications officer.

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The police raided the Barrelhouse pub. in Bristol

ben Samples, senior District Crown Attorney with division of complex office work KPS Yugo-Zapad, added: “Prosecution Service has authorized Avon and Somerset Police to file charges against Darren Osment. with one count of murder.

“The power to bring charges follows a complex investigation by a major crime a learning team that was supported by the integrated case management division.

“Extensive review of all evidence collected us conclude that our legal tests for criminal proceedings were met.

“The Criminal Prosecution Service reminds everyone concerned what criminal proceedings against Darren Osment active and that he is entitled to a fair trial.

“It’s very important there. should do not report, comment or share of information online which could in Any way prejudice these proceedings.”

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