Thursday March 13,2008
By Emily Garnham - Daily Express
THE BODY of a police inspector has been found washed ashore at an expensive seaside resort in Dorset.
The body of Bournemouth police inspector Neil Munro was washed up on Sandbanks in Dorset at 8 am this morning. The 43-year-old's body was reportedly found under the jetty of a house on Panorama Road, nicknamed Millionaire’s Row. A gardener is believed to have found the man on land belonging to a multimillion-pound seafront mansion. The owners of the house called police and it has been sealed off.
Dorset Police confirmed a man’s body was found along Panorama Road but would give no further details. The man is thought to have suffered serious head injuries but police would not confirm if his death is suspicious.
Jill Lee, 57, who works in the Haven Ferry shop in Sandbanks, said: “Apparently it was washed up in the garden of The Tides. The details are a bit sketchy. They found him at 8 am this morning. “A couple of local residents have told us they were spoken to by police.”
She said the owners of the land where Mr Munro's body was found were believed to be doctors from London who do not live there full-time. The exclusive Sandbanks resort in Poole contains some of the most expensive properties in the country and is home to Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp.
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Poole:- most expensive property in UK, plus SBS Gladio training school
Winfrith:- privatised military
........3-year-old Bournemouth police inspector is thought to have suffered serious head injuries......
......“Neil had served with Dorset Police for 20 years. He had a huge impact on policing here in Bournemouth and across the force.
“Mr Munro had been section inspector in charge of north Bournemouth for the past two-and-a-half years and previously worked at Poole, Ferndown, Gravel Hill and in the air support unit at Dorset Police headquarters in Winfrith.”
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