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Marina Johansson's disappearance

Possible human remains found in lake

Published lördag 14 april 2012 kl 18.04
The search was organised by Missing People Sweden. Photo: Mikael Berglund/NYHETERsto

Clothing and possible bone fragments have been found by a group of volunteers, searching for a woman who disappeared in 2010.

Marina Johansson vanished from her home in Spekeröd, north of Gothenburg, aged 31. Police found traces of blood in her home and suspect that she was murdered. Her 38-year-old partner was charged with her killing, but acquitted by both district and appeal courts.

Saturday's search party was organised by the Missing People organisation, which assembled a 500-strong group, including divers. And it was in the Härsvatten lake, near Gothenburg, that a volunteer found the possible human remains.

The finds have been handed over to the police, who have sealed off the area and will be carrying out forensic investigations.

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