BREAKING: Edwin Symonowicz’s ‘documents’ of interest in “Stirling case” found in rural Cumbria
More than 500 pages of documents belonging to Polish geographer and singer Edwin Symonowicz which were stolen and used in criminal events that in aftermath led to notorious “Stirling case” have been found in rural Cumbrian town of Maryport. The statement has been confirmed by Cumbria Police.
The circumstances of founding and recovering the documents, as well as any other details surrounding the police investigation on the matter, remain unknown. The documents are likely to be seized and held in safety in the police station.
Both Chief Constable of Cumbria Michelle Skeer and Police Commissioner Peter McCall were asked to comment but refused to provide any details.
More to come.