Mystery as mum’s body found in bushes near Asda as murder cops launch probe | The Sun

A POLICE probe has been launched into the "unexplained" death of a mum whose body was discovered in bushes near Asda.

Officers were scrambled to the Harehills area of Leeds just before 3.20pm last Thursday.

They discovered the body of Theresa Jordan, known as Terri, next to the boundary wall for Asda.

Her death is being treated as unexplained with murder cops investigating.

Police have released CCTV of Terri on June 11, which is the last time she was seen alive.

Terri's devastated family have now paid tribute to the mum.

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They said: "Beloved daughter, mother and sister who will be sadly missed. Gone but not forgotten.

"We will see you again, this is not where it ends. We will carry you with us until we see you again. Rest in peace.”

West Yorkshire Police are now appealing for information as they probe the mysterious circumstances surrounding Terri's death.

Detective Superintendent Sarah Jones, of the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “The last confirmed sighting of Terri was on the 11/06/22 and we are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen her after the 11th or has any information in respect of what she was doing after this time.

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“We are also keen to speak to anyone who has been in the Kimberley Road area and witnessed anything suspicious or has information which may help with our investigation.”

Anyone with information can call police on 101 quoting reference 13220340197.


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