Police confirm Boston Park Road link to Skegness murder investigation

Police guarding a property on Park Road, Boston.
Police guarding a property on Park Road, Boston.

Police have today (Monday) confirmed that their presence at a Park Road property in Boston was connected to the investigation into the alleged murder of Leonuta Ioana Haidemac.

As reported yesterday, officers had been present at the property since at least Saturday morning with CSI attending the property and residents had been linking the activity with the discovery or Ms Haidemac’s body.

Ioana Haidemac

Ioana Haidemac

Although, no further updates are available at this time. An spokesman for the force confirmed the presence had been related to the investigation.

Yesterday (Sunday), police confirmed they had launched a murder investigation into the death of Lenuta Ioana Haidemac who was reported missing on Friday.

On Friday evening, officers discovered the body of a 28-year-old female on Drummond Road, in Skegness.

Ms Haidemac, who lives in Lincoln was also reported to have links to Boston, where she has relatives.

The scene on Drummond Road, in Skegness.

The scene on Drummond Road, in Skegness.

Flowers have this morning been reported to be placed outside the property where Ms Haidemac was found.

Mayor of Skegness Coun Dick Edginton said yesterday: “I think it’s horrific. We’re not used to this type of thing in Skegness.

“I’m horrified to think that someone has lost their life under these sorts of circumstances.

“Everyones thoughts go out to the family and friends of the victim.”

A 29-year-old man from Skegness in now in custody on suspicion of murder and is being interviewed by detectives from the East Midlands Special Operations Unit and Lincolnshire Police.

Boston and Skegness MP Matt Warman said: “I’ve been in close contact with the police over the last couple of days and I would echo the words of the police statement.

“It is of course to be welcomed that an arrest has been made, and while I can’t comment on the details of this specific, open case I will continue to emphasise the unique pressures on Lincolnshire Constabulary to ministers in London to ensure that all the resources needed are available.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101 quoting Incident 101 July 21, 2016.