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Bobbi-Anne McLeod: One man released from custody Bobbi-Anne McLeod: Man arrested in murder inquiry released
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The 18-year-old was reported missing on Saturday after she failed to meet friends in the cityThe 18-year-old was reported missing on Saturday after she failed to meet friends in the city
A 26-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released from police custody with no further action. A 26-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman's body was found, has been released from police custody with no further action.
Bobbi-Anne McLeod, 18, was reported missing on Saturday in Plymouth.
Police searching for her found a woman's body on Tuesday, south of the city at Bovisand and formal identification is yet to take place.
A 24-year-old man remains in custody under a warrant of further detention.A 24-year-old man remains in custody under a warrant of further detention.
Police are continuing their murder investigation after the discovery of a body in the search for missing woman Bobbi-Anne McLeod. A candlelit vigil is planned for 18:00 GMT at Bampton Road where Ms McLeod was seen waiting for a bus in Leigham on her way to meet friends in the city centre.
The body of an unnamed woman was found on Tuesday, south of Plymouth at Bovisand where police searches are ongoing.
A candlelit vigil is planned for 18:00 GMT at Bampton Road where Ms McLeod was seen waiting for a bus on her way to see friends in the city.
Flowers have been left at Bampton Road where Bobbi-Anne McLeod was seen waiting for a bus into the cityFlowers have been left at Bampton Road where Bobbi-Anne McLeod was seen waiting for a bus into the city
Ms McLeod's family have been informed of the discovery on Tuesday and are being supported by police.
Assistant Chief Constable Nikki Leaper said "extensive searches of a number of scenes" would "continue over the coming days".Assistant Chief Constable Nikki Leaper said "extensive searches of a number of scenes" would "continue over the coming days".
"We apologise to our communities but we will see a lot of police on our streets", she said."We apologise to our communities but we will see a lot of police on our streets", she said.
One of many messages left in tribute to Bobbi-Anne McLeod near the bus stopOne of many messages left in tribute to Bobbi-Anne McLeod near the bus stop
Ms McLeod left her home in Leigham at about 18:00 on Saturday to catch a bus to Plymouth city centre to meet friends but never arrived.
Tributes posted on social media include a message from her brother saying: "Until we meet again sis, I love you.Tributes posted on social media include a message from her brother saying: "Until we meet again sis, I love you.
"You didn't deserve this, such a beautiful and talented girl.""You didn't deserve this, such a beautiful and talented girl."
Smeaton's Tower on Plymouth Hoe was lit up in purple on Wednesday night for Ms McLeod to represent shining a light on abuse and violence towards women. Smeaton's Tower on Plymouth Hoe was lit up on Wednesday night in purple for Ms McLeod.
A GoFundMe page set up by Amanda Isaacs, a neighbour of Ms McLeod, to pay for her funeral, has so far raised more than £12,000. A GoFundMe page set up to help pay for her funeral has so far raised more than £12,000.
Police investigations are continuing at Bovisand where a woman's body has been foundPolice investigations are continuing at Bovisand where a woman's body has been found
Locals have been laying floral tributes close to the site of where Ms McLeod was last seen. Locals have been laying floral tributes close to where Ms McLeod was last seen.
Hayley Wells, a family friend who lives in Leigham and whose children grew up with Ms McLeod, said: "My family are there for Bobbi-Anne's family and I have some lovely memories of Bobbi-Anne.Hayley Wells, a family friend who lives in Leigham and whose children grew up with Ms McLeod, said: "My family are there for Bobbi-Anne's family and I have some lovely memories of Bobbi-Anne.
"This should have never happened to Bobbi and I hope she gets the justice she deserves.""This should have never happened to Bobbi and I hope she gets the justice she deserves."
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