New police website lists unidentified bodies
Details and pictures of unidentified bodies have been posted on a new police website in a bid to find out their identities.
The Missing Persons Bureau, which holds records of 1,000 people who have not been identified, some dating back to the 1950s, has set up the website.
The site is also being used to trace living people, such as those who have suffered memory loss.
Images that are too distressing are marked with a warning.
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Members of the public can search cases and provide information online. Any relevant details will be passed to the police or the coroner in charge of the case.
The website includes two cases from Leicestershire - one from Market Harborough and one from Market Bosworth - and one from Empingham in Rutland.
To see the East Midlands cases click here.