Woman’s head found in rubbish

PUBLISHED: 10:22 02 June 2014

Photo submitted by James Griffiths via iwitness24

Photo submitted by James Griffiths via iwitness24

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A WOMAN’S head has been found amongst a pile of rubbish at the weekend.

One of our readers found this mysterious piece, the remains of a statue or ornament, yesterday (Sun) and submitted the picture to our partner site iwitness24.

James Griffiths captured a few photos of waste and rubbish which had been dumped in Scot Elm Drive in West Wick, and among the tiles, pipes and black bags was the stone head.

Do you recognise the figure or have you got an interesting photograph to share?

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