Ms Satchwell disappeared from her home in March 2017: Now there's heartbreaking news

Written by Henrik Rothen

Oct.14 - 2023 10:40 AM CET

Photo: Private
Photo: Private
After six years the family will be able to get some closure.

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In March 2017, Tina Satchwell vanished without a trace from her home in Cork, Ireland. After six years of intense investigations and numerous public appeals for information, the police have finally located her remains.

They were discovered during a routine house inspection in the same area where she lived.

The disappearance of Tina Satchwell has been the subject of extensive media coverage, leaving her family and friends in a state of perpetual uncertainty and grief.

Her husband, Richard Satchwell, has been an active part of the search, making multiple media appearances to appeal for help in finding his missing wife.

The discovery of Tina Satchwell's remains was made by construction workers who were renovating the house. They immediately contacted the police, who subsequently confirmed through DNA testing that the human remains belonged to the missing woman.

This tragic discovery brings a sorrowful end to a long and agonizing period for Tina Satchwell's loved ones.

While it doesn't bring her back, it at least provides some form of closure for the family.

The police continue their investigation to uncover the exact circumstances surrounding Tina Satchwell's death. No arrests have been made in the case so far, but the possibility of future arrests is not ruled out as the investigation progresses.