Body found in garden in Wenhaston confirmed by police as that of missing teen Miller Redpath
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A body found in a Wenhaston garden last month has been confirmed as that of missing teenager Miller Redpath.
Police investigating the 18-year-old's disappearance discovered the body in an overgrown rear garden shortly after 1pm on Thursday, October 24.
Officers were initially unable to identify the body, however the results of additional tests, published today, have confirmed it to be the teenage Langley School student who had been missing since August 13.
A police spokesman said: 'Today (Friday, November 15), Suffolk Police can confirm that the body is that of Miller Redpath, an 18-year-old man from Wenhaston.
'Officers continue to try and ascertain the cause of death but at this time it is not being treated as suspicious.'
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