Human remains of Ilona Golabek, 27, were recovered from a park in England after she disappeared about three months ago.

Lincolnshire Police confirmed earlier this week that the remains were recovered from Witham Way Country Park. On Feb. 19, a report was made to Lincolnshire Police's force control room about the suspected human remains. Bones were recovered by cops from the scene and then they started examining three further "areas of interest" within the park, reported LincolnshireLive.

While doing so, police found more human remains, including body parts concealed in bags. The body parts were sent off for DNA tests. Lincolnshire Police later confirmed that the remains were those of Golabek, who was reported missing from Boston, England, on Nov. 9, 2021.

Following an investigation, Lincolnshire Police started a murder inquiry. On Nov. 23, Kamil Ranoszek, 40, was arrested as part of the murder inquiry. He was charged with the 27-year-old's murder, which he denied. The accused of Wormgate in Boston, was remanded into custody to await a trial over the murder. The trial is set to begin next month.

Detective Inspector Andy McWatt said that they had located "some body parts concealed in bags in the park since we started searching the area on Feb. 19." McWatt added that police will "remain in the park" and continue to search the location. Golabek's family have been informed about the latest development in the case. McWatt said, "Our thoughts are with them."

According to ITV, officers would remain in the park for the rest of the week. McWatt said that they will will continue their "appeal for witnesses, and we are appealing for anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in or around the park to contact us." Lincolnshire Police thanked the public for its support with the investigation.

After the human remains discovery was made last month, the park was cordoned off. At the time, councilor Neill Hastie, who represents Witham ward on the council, said that he was waiting for a call back from cops about the remains. He said that it's a lovely park, and he goes there "regularly to walk my dogs." He shared that as soon as the "police have finished their investigation I will be back up there."

Hastie noted that regardless of "what has happened here, I don't think it should stop anyone from enjoying the park." He even called it one of "the jewels in Boston's crown."

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