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Oh-oh two more bodies :-(
From BBC just now
Murder police find two more dead
Police fear the bodies are those of Paula Clennell and Annette Nicholls
Two more bodies have been found by police investigating the murders of three prostitutes.
A woodland area around the village of Levington, near Ipswich, in Suffolk has been sealed off by officers.
Police said it is likely the two bodies are those of two missing women - Paula Clennell and Annette Nicholls.
The area is close to where the body of Anneli Alderton was found on Sunday. The bodies of Gemma Adams, and Tania Nicol were also found near Ipswich.
Ms Clennell, 24, and 29-year-old Ms Nicholls, have not been heard from since Sunday.
Det Ch Supt Stewart Gull said: "The natural assumption is that these are the two missing women.
Where the bodies were found
"These two bodies have been found not far from where Anneli was found and I fear the worst. They may well be Paula and Annette."
Suffolk police officers were called to Levington shortly after 1500 GMT after a member of the public reported seeing a body.
The force helicopter was scrambled and a member of the crew spotted a second body.
The site of the find is off the main Felixstowe to Ipswich road, close to a railway line, in a rural area close Ipswich.
Mr Gull said: "We've formally linked the murders of Tania and Gemma on Saturday because of significant similarities, and they continue with Anneli, Paula and Annette.
"Clearly they were all prostitutes from Ipswich, they were found naked and in an open rural environment.
"We need to catch this person or persons as quickly as possible."
Annette Nicholls, 29, was reported missing by her family
The body of Anneli Alderton, 24, was found in woodland at Nacton on 10 December. She had been strangled.
Ms Adams' body was found on 2 December at Thorpes Hill, Hintlesham, near Ipswich.
Police divers recovered the body of Ms Nicol, 19, six days later from the same stretch of water at Copdock Mill.
Mr Gull said no further prostitutes had been reported as missing in Ipswich, but he urged prostitutes to stay off the streets.
"We have got three prostitutes murdered, now possibly another two. I do not know what stronger warning there can be to get off the streets as soon as possible," he said.