“Until we meet again, sister” – Tribute to Plymouth teenager Bobby Ann MacLeod after a body was found in Beauvesand

An entire community mourns the death of Bobby Ann MacLeod, and Smeaton Tower in Plymouth is lit up purple to highlight violence against women, ITV News Wales and West England correspondent Robert Evelyn reports.


Bobbi-Anne McLeod’s brother issued a tribute and the parents of the teenage girl Plymouth visited where she was last seen, after a body was found while searching for the missing 18-year-old.

MacLeod was reported missing after leaving her home in Legam around 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 20.

A large search has been conducted By emergency services and volunteers.

Police officers found a body near Bovesand On Tuesday, November 23, a security cordon is still in place in the area.

Mrs. McLeod’s family has been informed at this time Two men from Plymouth, aged 24 and 26, have been arrested on suspicion of murder.



Until we meet again, sister.

Lee’s brother Bobby Ann led the tribute online.

He posted on Facebook: “Until we meet again sister. I love you.

The floral tribute has been left near where Bobbi-Anne was last seen.

“You did not deserve this, my beautiful and talented girl and to be my sister, the adventure and journey we had will always be appreciated.

“Now go and rest quietly.”


ITV News correspondent Robert Evelyn reported from the scene:

A day after being told by the police that they had found a body, the parents of teenage Bobby Ann MacLeod visited the place where she was last known to be alive and left their own flowers among the many flowers.

In a card from “Mom and Dad,” they wrote to their “little chick” saying “Our beloved daughter Bobby Ann. We will miss you forever and we will never forget you. I love mom and dad xxx”

The 18-year-old’s family lives a few hundred meters from the bus station where most police investigations are focused on Wednesday. They stood in silence hugging each other for five minutes in front of the flowers. With so many unanswered questions and raw feelings, it was probably the only place he could have some comfort attached to it.


Two city representatives – Johnny Mercer and Luke Pollard – also joined in the salute.

Mercer said he was “shattered” while Pollard called it “another dark day” for the city.

“Let’s collaborate the same way we did after Keyham,” he added.

that Online fundraising page It was created for the family of Lady MacLeod and has already raised more than £10,000.

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