Three individuals have been charged with the homicide of a schoolgirl in Scotland 25 years in the past.
Caroline Glachan, 14, from Bonhill, was final seen at about 12.15am on Sunday 25 August 1996, when she walked down Dillichip Mortgage in the direction of Dillichip Bridge, in West Dunbartonshire, earlier than then happening to a towpath.
Her physique was found at about 4.10pm later that day within the River Leven, close to Place of Bonhill in Renton, a couple of mile from her dwelling and on what was her mom Margaret McKeich’s fortieth birthday.
Detective Chief Inspector Stuart Grainger, of Police Scotland’s Main Investigations Groups, has now stated they arrested and charged two males and a girl in reference to the loss of life.
He stated: “I wish to thank the members of the general public who’ve assisted with our investigation and people who have come ahead with necessary info surrounding Caroline’s loss of life.”
Donna Model and Andrew Kelly, each 42, and Robert O’Brien, 43, have appeared at Dumbarton Sheriff Courtroom charged with homicide.
All three, whose normal addresses got as Dumbarton, made no plea and had been remanded in custody.