Police hunting missing teenager Bobbi-Anne McLeod, 18, find woman’s body and arrest two men

Searching for an elusive suspect in a police scuffle After finding a corpse, a missing 18-year old woman has launched an investigation into murder.

Bobbi Anne McLeod went missing Saturday after failing to make contact with her friends.   

Police have found a pair of headphones, mobile phone and a pouch of tobacco in the search for missing teenager Bobbi-Anne McLeod (pictured)

In the hunt for Bobbi Anne McLeod, a missing teenage girl (pictured), police found headphones and a mobile phone along with a tobacco pouch. 

Spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said that the body was discovered near Bovisand (South Hams) during searches conducted by officers. The police provided information and these searches were made.

“Formal identification of Bobbi Anne McLeod has not yet been completed, but they have been informed about this development by investigators.

Police have taken two men from Plymouth, aged 26 and 24, into custody on suspicion that they are murder suspects.

“Enquiries are ongoing regarding this matter. Anybody with information that could assist in the ongoing investigation is requested to contact police at 101 and quote log 706 22/11/21.