Pauline Reade’s family have discovered some of her remains, including her jaw bone, had been kept at Leeds University by Greater Manchester police

The body parts of one of the Moors murders victims have been kept by police for 30 years, without her family’s knowledge it has emerged.

The family of Pauline Reade, who was murdered by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley in July 1963, buried her in Gorton in 1987 following the discovery of her body during a three-month search of Saddleworth Moors.

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