A teenager who went missing in Plymouth may have been abducted and killed by a stranger.
Police confirmed there are no known links between Bobbi-Anne McLeod and a man arrested on suspicion of her murder.
Ms McLeod, 18, was last seen at a bus stop at around 6pm on Saturday evening near her home in Leigham, Plymouth, on her way to meet a friend in the town centre.
A body, believed to be that of Ms McLeod, was found at Bovisand on Tuesday afternoon, around seven miles from where she was last seen.
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“I can confirm that at this time, there is no known link between the suspect and victim and I would like to reassure the public that at this time, we are not seeking anyone else in relation to this matter,” said ACC Leaper.
A second man, 26, who was previously arrested on suspicion of murder was released from police custody having been eliminated from the enquiry.
Ms McLeod’s brother, Lee McLeod, previously paid a moving tribute to his “beautiful sister” on social media.
Sharing an emotional picture of them together as children, he wrote: “Until we meet again sis. I love you. You didn’t deserve this. Such a beautiful and talented girl.
“To have you as my sister, the adventure we have been on will always be treasured. Now go rest easy sis.”
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