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Skeleton key to mystery.

Byline: DONNA WATSON

LINSEY Dorrans has found a skeleton in the closet - and she'd like to reunite it with the owner.

She and colleague PC Lorraine Macdonald rushed to a Glasgow flat after the new tenant reported a gruesome discovery. But foul play was quickly ruled out.

The skeleton is a study aid left behind by the last resident, a medical student.

It was taken back to the local police station and officers have become so fond of their visitor they've even given it a pet name.

Linsey explained: "We've called the skeleton George. But make no bones about it, we want to return him to his owner."
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:May 15, 2003
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