Leah Croucher’s parents lay flowers at house where remains were found | UK News
Leah Croucher’s parents visited the home where police searching for her found human remains along with her backpack and other personal items.
A message with flowers placed by Claire and John Croucher said they would “treasure her memories forever”.
It said: “Our darkest fear has come true, we just need to be apart a little longer. We’ve missed you so much for so long.
“The future looks bleak, now we know we’ll never see your baby’s smile or hear his laugh again. We will cherish his memories forever. We love you mom. Mom and Dad xx xx”.
Forensic experts are still at the house and the blue tarp remains in the back garden of the home on Loxbeare Drive, Furzton, Milton Keynes. Detectives set up a tent in front of the house and a tall black curtain shielded the scene from the street.
The search for Miss Croucher, who disappeared in 2019, is centered on a house less than half a mile from where she was last seen.
Grandparents left yellow roses near their house with handwritten words: “Darling, we will not stop searching for answers. Will always love and miss you.”
Other mourners laid a large wreath of white lilies and pink roses. A bouquet of yellow, pink and red roses addressed to “our beautiful lover” with the note: “While our hopes and dreams of finding you safe and healthy have been stolen from us, a hope New hope for answers and justice is now part of our path to fight ahead.
“We promise you with all our hearts that we will never give up fighting for you. All our love always and forever.”
On Wednesday, Thames Valley Police said they had Human remains found in property and the investigators will be there for a while.
A police spokesman said: “Monday was the first time we were alerted to this property by a member of the public involved in this investigation.
“However, as an address in Furzton, the address was visited as part of our door-to-door investigation as part of the investigation, during which we visited more than 4,000 sites. only.
“There is no response at the property and as such such flyers will be dropped in the mailbox.”
Ms Croucher was last seen on CCTV in Buzzacott Lane, Furzton, at 8.15am on 15 February 2019 as she walked towards Loxbeare Drive and Chaffron Way on her way to work at a financial firm.
Hundreds of officers have been searching for Mrs. Croucher over the past three and a half years. They reviewed 1,200 hours of CCTV and performed 4,000 door-to-door investigations.
Ms Croucher’s parents have previously described the disappearance of their “beautiful and wonderful daughter” as “very unusual”, adding: “We still don’t have an answer as to why. .”