Police investigating the murder of a man whose torso was found on a popular tourist beach have found a second body part.
The body, with the head, arms and legs missing, was found wrapped in a black bin liner on the seafront at Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, on Tuesday afternoon.
A 46-year-old man, from Southsea, was arrested on Friday evening on suspicion of murder and remains in police custody.
At about 8am on Friday, officers found what they believe to be the lower half of the body on the rocks at low tide in front of Castle Field, Southsea - not far from where the torso was discovered.
Specialist forensic officers are now examining this area and a residential street in Southsea, Richmond Road, has been sealed off for further searches.
Police believe that more body parts may be in the area and are asking the public to be aware.
Detectives say the victim has been identified and they are working to locate his next of kin.
Detective Chief Inspector Dick Pearson, of Hampshire Police, said: "We continue to appeal to the community to contact us with any information which could assist us.
"Despite this morning's discovery which is connected to the investigation, other body parts and items linked to the murder remain outstanding.
"If you notice a suspicious package that may be linked to this inquiry do not open it, but contact police immediately.
"Although the arrest and discovery of further body parts are significant developments in the investigation, we are still in the early stages of evidence gathering.
"We would also like to hear from anyone who noticed any suspicious activity or people on the seafront."
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